By Oche Onazi (auth.), Oche Onazi (eds.)
The ebook is a suite of essays, which target to situate African felony concept within the context of the myriad of latest international demanding situations; from the superiority of struggle to the distress of poverty and sickness to the crises of our surroundings. except being difficulties that experience an indelible African mark on them, a standard subject matter that runs in the course of the essays during this publication is that African felony conception has been excluded, under-explored or under-theorised within the look for suggestions to such modern difficulties. The essays make a modest try to opposite this pattern. The individuals examine and introduce readers to the major concerns, questions, options, impulses and difficulties that underpin the assumption of African felony concept. They define the aptitude provided through African criminal conception and open up its key recommendations and impulses for severe scrutiny. this can be performed which will improve a greater realizing of the level to which African felony thought can give a contribution to discourses looking to tackle a number of the demanding situations that confront African and non-African societies alike.
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Silungwe umuntu ngumuntu ngabantu; which is literally translated as ‘a person is a person through others’ (Nkhata 2010, p. 34). Nkhata (2010, pp. 36–37) has argued that ubuntu as a philosophy of life must be understood as interdependence and not communalism or communitarianism. Ubuntu here is almost akin or in fact central to the state of human being-ness. The other case where ubuntu is conceptualized as a social value is understood as ‘group solidarity, conformity, compassion, respect, human dignity, humanistic orientation and collective unity’ (Mokgoro 1998, p.
Chimni, ‘Third World Approaches to International Law and Individual Responsibility in Internal Conflicts’, (2003) 2 Chinese Journal of International Law 77, at 80–2. M. ca O. 1007/978-94-007-7537-4_3, © Springer Science+Business Media Dordrecht 2014 31 32 M. 5 Nor has there been much in the form of serious and sustained analyses of how international law may have been strategically appropriated domestically by legal intellectuals on the periphery to increase bargaining power vis-à-vis Europe and challenge the legitimacy of the ‘standard of civilization’.
4 D. Kennedy, ‘New Approaches to Comparative Law: Comparativism and International Governance’, (1997a) 2 Utah Law Review 545, at 621. 5 David Kennedy describes internationalists’ and comparativists’ mutual apprehension and distrust thus: ‘From the comparativist perspective, the public internationalist seems philistine, crassly preoccupied with enlisting participation in new-fangled governance structures built on the flimsiest base of cross-cultural understanding. , at 588. 6 I have been able to locate three biographies of Elias: I.