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An Application of Dogon Epistemology

An application of Dogon epistemology proposes an analysis of African knowledge—classical, indigenous, and diasporan—in view of broader ontological realities that include the synergy of metaphysical perception and cultural production. It analyzes several texts in light of four Dogon categories of kno... Full description

Journal Title: Journal of Black Studies 1 July 2010, Vol.40(6), pp.1153-1167
Main Author: Martin, Denise
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Language: English
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title: An Application of Dogon Epistemology
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  • Martin, Denise
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  • Behavioral sciences -- Anthropology -- Ethnology
  • Philosophy -- Epistemology -- Transportation
  • Applied sciences -- Engineering -- Practical theology
  • Religion -- Theology -- Applied anthropology
  • Behavioral sciences -- Anthropology -- Painting
  • Religion -- Theology -- Evolutionary epistemology
  • Arts -- Visual arts -- Evolutionary epistemology
  • Philosophy -- Epistemology -- Evolutionary epistemology
  • Philosophy -- Metaphysics -- Evolutionary epistemology
  • Religion -- Metaphysics -- Evolutionary epistemology
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description: An application of Dogon epistemology proposes an analysis of African knowledge—classical, indigenous, and diasporan—in view of broader ontological realities that include the synergy of metaphysical perception and cultural production. It analyzes several texts in light of four Dogon categories of knowledge and Karenga's framework for the creation of knowledge in Africana studies: San Spirituality: Roots, Expression, and Social Consequences, by J. David Lewis-Williams and David G. Pearce; Legends, Sorcerers, and Enchanted Lizards: The Door Locks of the Bamana of Mali, by Pascal James Imperato; and HIV/AIDS and the Curriculum: Methods of Integrating HIV/AIDS in Theological Programmes, edited by Musa W. Dube. The result is a framework for discussing the dynamics of the synergy of metaphysical perception and cultural production.
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