Ethnophilosophy

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Ethnophilosophy is the study of indigenous philosophical systems. The implicit concept is that a specific culture can have a philosophy that is not applicable and accessible to all peoples and cultures in the world; however, this concept is disputed by traditional philosophers. [1] An example of ethnophilosophy is African philosophy.

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  1. ^ Samuel Oluoch Imbo, An Introduction to African Philosophy (1998), pp. 38-39, ISBN 0847688410