One of Africa’s most renowned philosophers and political leaders, Kwame Nkrumah was not only at the center of what he called “the African revolution,” but he also articulated its ideology. In this book he sets out his personal philosophy, which he terms “consciencism,” and which has provided the intellectual framework for his political action.
Chapter 1. Philosophy in Retrospect
Chapter 2. Philosophy and Society
Chapter 3. Society and Ideology
Chapter 5. Set Theoretic Terms