Summary

Wanting to contribute to the debate on postcolonial African Emergence and Renaissance, and using the method of futuristic hermeneutics, the author denounces the widespread importation of governance models (1), questions the code of the emergence of the Pharaonic Egypt (2), the thinking gesture by which the ancient Greek students returned home have disseminated and developed the acquired knowledge (3), the causes of the loss of this historical status by Egypt (4) and the dogmas of Western Academism (5). From there, and aiming at the construction of a concept of Universal after the event, he implements epistemo-ethics as a mode of prospective evaluation of the African antecolonial tradition, by crossing it with the postcolonial reality, in order to to come up with an original and dynamic synthesis, through which Africa can re-emerge and re-born in the new globalized world, to a degree that aims at Development, of which Happiness is the goal, as a path, and no longer as a destination. He concludes that deep decolonization of the African understanding is the condition for Africa's re-emergence and renaissance for development.

The author

Didier Ngalebaye is CAMES Assistant Professor (2015) at Marien Ngouabi University in Brazzaville, Republic of Congo. Member of LACTO Network (Language, Argumentation and Cognition in Oral Traditions, Université Lille 3) and Research Associate at CER DOTOLA. Born April 22, 1968 in Abala, Congo, he holds a Ph.D. in Philosophy (2012), and author of several books including: Otwere. Traditional Mbosi Judicature Facing the Challenges of Congolese Modernity (Paris, Publibook, 2010), Elements of Moral and Political Philosophy in Black Africa. Prospectivist hermeneutic experiment (Paris, Edilivre, 2011) and Philosophy of rigor and development, I (Paris, Publibook, 2016).



Details of the book

Title : Philosophie de l’Emergence et de la Renaissance africaines
Author : Didier Ngalebaye
Editor : Editions Cheikh Anta Diop
Collection : Collection Politique Africaine en Mutation
ISBN-13 : 978-9956-657-35-2
Language : French
Number of pages : 202
Size : 33,5X 23,5 cm
Publication date : October 13, 2018
Price : Africa : 12 000 F.cfa / 21 € - Out of Africa : 16 400 F.cfa / 25 €
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