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African Communitarian Ethic: The Basis for the Moral Conscience and Autonomy of the Individual: Igbo Culture as a Case Study (European University Studies: Series Xxiii Theology)

Ezekwonna, Ferdinand Chukwuagozie

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ISBN 10: 3039107690 / ISBN 13: 9783039107698
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Series: Europaische Hochschulschriften/European University Studies/Publications Universitaires Europeennes Reihe 23: Theologie/Series 23: Theology/Serie 23: Theologie. Num Pages: 267 pages. BIC Classification: HP; HRAM1; HRAM2; JFC; JNA. Category: (G) General (US: Trade). Dimension: 156 x 225 x 17. Weight in Grams: 406. . 2005. 1st Edition. Paperback. . . . . Books ship from the US and Ireland. Bookseller Inventory # V9783039107698

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Title: African Communitarian Ethic: The Basis for ...

Publisher: Peter Lang International Academic Publishers

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One of the controversial issues in theology in the contemporary, modern world is the issue of moral autonomy. Who determines what is moral and ethical? What part do the individual and the community respectively play in this regard? In this book the author explores and analyses the position of the individual in an African community. This research aims to be a pointer to other ethical, political and social systems in the world to dialogue with African ethics. On the one hand, the author proposes to the Western world, which is becoming more and more individualistic and is trying to get rid of old traditional values, to review some of its present ethics and cultural values. On the other hand, he suggests to the African world to re-examine its present cultural practices, to reconsider and appreciate some good cultural values handed down to them by their ancestors and also to take cognisance of the emerging world ethical realities.

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The Author: Ferdinand Ezekwonna is a Holy Ghost Father. He was born in 1960 in Nigeria where he studied philosophy. He did his initial theological studies in Germany. In 1988 he was ordained a priest and worked in a parish in Nigeria. In 1990 he went on mission to Zimbabwe. In 1998 he started his studies at the University of Fribourg, Switzerland, where he obtained his licentiate in 2000 and his doctorate degree in 2004. He is now a member of staff of Spiritan International School of Theology in Enugu, Nigeria.

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