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Ubuntu, described as Africa's greatest gift to humanity, is a philosophy that explains and informs interpersonal relationships, cooperation, human dignity, moral philosophy, substantive equality, and human rights. In this capsule we focus on how we can understand human relationships and human connections through the Ubuntu philosophy

Required Texts

- The core reading for this module is Ubuntu: I in You and Me by Michael Battle.
- Further reading will include Thompson Chengeta's article "Dignity, Ubuntu, Humanity and Autonomous Weapon Systems (AWS) Debate: An African Perspective" that shows how the regulation of AI can benefit from the principles of ubuntu.
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This capsule is just a sample session. For more information about the full module and when it will be offered next in SPACE, go to the Ubuntu: An Introduction to African Philosophy module page.
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