Internalism and the Rationality of African Metaphysical Beliefs.
Metaphysics | Philosophy
Argues that there is an internalist rational basis for African metaphysical belief in witchcraft. Qualitative difference between metaphysical beliefs; Social, contextual and pragmatic components of epistemic rationality and justification; Power of the mind to bring causal efficacy in physical phenomena; Distinguishing witchcraft from sorcery, magic, talismanism and herbalism.
Ikuenobe, Polycarp (2000). Internalism and the Rationality of African Metaphysical Beliefs.. African Philosophy 13(2), 125-142. Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.kent.edu/philpubs/34