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E-learning platforms and humanities education: an African case study
(Edinburgh University Press, www.eupjournals.com/ijhac, 2011)
The advent of e-learning has been a welcomed development in African universities, especially in countries where the demand for university education far outstrips capacity. This form of instruction not only has helped in ...
Confronting a culture of silence in an African classroom: an exercise in philosophical Pptice
(Humanities Institute, Kangwon National University, Korea, http://www.kangwon.ac.kr/english/menu3/sub_03_01_02_14.php, 2017)
Can Philosophy perform a useful function in contemporary society? This question is usually answered in the affirmative by philosophy teachers who point to the development of the mind as its most important tool, claiming ...