THE HEGELIAN STATE AND THE RISE OF THE TYRANNY OF THE MINORITY: THE AFRICAN POLITICAL EXPERIMENT
Most post-colonial African states have evolved a uniform pattern of behavior that is injurious to the people. The state and its institutions of governance have outgrown the people such that the concept of ‘state’ carries an unquestionable patrimonial outlook without recourse to the ideals of sustainable development. The most obvious pattern of the African post-colonial states revolves...
Agbude Godwyns » Godwyns A. AGBUDE,(PhD) specializes in Political Thought,Leadership Studies,Applied Ethics, Development Studies, African Politics and Human Security. He has special interest in American Political Thought and Government. He is a social-political pundit, public analyst and a realist social-political theorist with zero tolerance for abstractions. His pragmatic approach to education underscores his... view full profile
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