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Philosophical developments in Africa, The Americas, and Asia have made many impacts as far as postcolonial thought. When we see postcolonial thoughts we can realize that it was a time in change that keep making different discoveries, and acknowledged many different progression views and acceptance to new obstacles. With this in mind the similarities. All philosophical developments for Africa, The Americas, and Asia are: Participation of social/ cultural thoughts, the globalization, and a sharing of ideas. Just like they have similarities, they also have differences, which involve anything from culture, to religion. One difference can be seen in that what is an appropriate philosophy
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Unformatted text preview: for one might not be for the other two. A diverse history, language, mythology, and norms of ethics got me to the conclusion of the following differences: Africa- Tradition language experience, and the teaching of philosophy as story telling differentiates from the rest. Asia- the appearance of aliens time after time, and the war post violence, and the written philosophy approach makes a difference to the rest. The Americas- before the Europeans, the Indian oral histories, wealth, strong Roman Catholic metaphysics, and civil rights thought of African American, are most of the traits that make them different from all the rest....
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