By Gloria Emeagwali, Edward Shizha

This booklet is an highbrow trip into epistemology, pedagogy, physics, structure, drugs and metallurgy. the focal point is on a variety of dimensions of African Indigenous wisdom (AIK) with an emphasis at the sciences, a space that has been ignored in AIK discourse. The authors offer diversified perspectives and views on African indigenous clinical and technological wisdom which could profit a large spectrum of lecturers, students, scholars, improvement brokers, and coverage makers, in either governmental and non-governmental firms, and permit serious and replacement analyses and probabilities for figuring out technology and expertise in an African old and modern context.

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7) The two sciences differ in terms of process of knowledge creation, knowledge transmission and ownership of knowledge. Traditional African science ascribes human qualities to both animate and inanimate objects and mingles the material and 38 SCHOOLING AND THE AFRICAN CHILD non-material worlds, the physical and metaphysical. On the other hand, Western science subscribes to Cartesian dualism and views nature or the material world as comprised of inert matter and energy. Whereas Western science seeks to ascribe laws and principles to natural processes such as gravity, traditional African science does not (Aikenhead & Michell, 2011).

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