Ubuntu (philosophia)

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Nelson Mandela notionem ubuntu explicat (Anglice).

Ubuntu (Zulu/Xhosa [ùɓúntʼú]), sive uMunthu (Chichewa), est ethica vel humanistica philosophia ex Africa Austrina exorta, quae ad fides et coniunctiones hominum inter se spectat. Nonnulli credunt ubuntu esse philosophiam vel sententiam mundi Africanam classicam[1]; alii autem dicunt id esse notionem quae in fontibus scriptis per alterum saeculi vicensimi dimidium evoluta est.[2] Vocabulum ubuntu ex linguis Bantu Africae Austrinae deducitur.

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  1. Dion Forster, Self validating consciousness in strong artificial intelligence: An African theological contribution (2006), www.spirituality.org.za.
  2. C. B. N. Gade, "The Historical Development of the Written Discourses on Ubuntu," South African Journal of Philosophy 30(2011):303–329. [1]

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

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  • Gade, C. B. N. 2011. The historical development of the written discourses on ubuntu. South African Journal of Philosophy 30(3):303–329 [2].
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