ABOUT PSSA

The PSSA is a community of academic philosophers drawn from Philosophy departments across Southern Africa. It aims to promote dialogue and interaction between philosophers in the region, encompassing postgraduate participation and development and the facilitation of philosophical research and teaching

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POPULAR PUBLICATIONS

On learning how to live in this strange place

On learning how to live in this strange place

By: Luke A. Buckland 5th Dec 2020

In “How do I live in this strange place?”, Samantha Vice contends that white South Africans ought to feel shame for their unjustly acquired privileg...

Aims and scope

Aims and scope

By: SAJP 5th Dec 2020

The South African Journal of Philosophy (SAJP) is the official publication of the Philosophical Society of South Africa. The aim of the journal is to pu...

An African approach to the meaning of life

An African approach to the meaning of life

By: Yolanda Mlungwana 25th Nov 2020

What, if anything, makes life meaningful according to African perspectives? In this article, I attempt to answer the question of how characteristically ...

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UP’s Dr Mpho Tshivhase honoured

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2020 Talk Schedule: UJ Philosophy

2020 Talk Schedule: UJ Philosophy

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2020 will be remembered as the year of closed campuses, but this doesn’t me read more