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Philosophical Theories of Development in Comparative Contexts

Sampath, Rajesh. (2016). Towards a Non-Postcolonial Ontology of the Media in Developing Countries. In T. Gokah (Ed), The Media Anthology: Visualizing Mass Media from a Macro Perspective. New York: Nova Publishing.

Sampath, Rajesh. (2015). Examining Gyekye's Tradition and Modernity: Philosophical Reflections on African Experience Through the Lens of Fanon's The Wretched of the Earth. Current Politics and Economics of Africa, 8(1). pp. 1-9.

Sampath, Rajesh. (2015). Expanding Sen's Idea of Justice as a Critical Response To Rawls's The Law of Peoples. International Journal of Ethics, 11(2), pp. 109-118.

Sampath, Rajesh. (2015). Homage to Hirschman's Development Projects Observed. International Journal of Ethics, 11(3), pp. 191-200.

Sampath, Rajesh. (2015). Philosophy of Development Economics: Creating a Dialogue between Rawls and Development Economists. Journal of Economics and Development Studies, 3(1), pp. 231-238.

Sampath, Rajesh. (2014). The Effective Nexus of Development Action and Public Policy. Review of Rethinking Development Challenges for Public Policy: Insights from Contemporary Africa, by K. Hanson, G. Kararach, and T. Shaw, eds. Development in Practice, 24(1), pp. 148-151.

Sampath, Rajesh. (2014). A Phenomenological Appropriation of Ricoeur's Critique of Rawlsian Contractualism and Kantian Deontology for the Purposes of Building a New Theory of International Economic Justice. International Journal of Philosophy and Theology 2(4), pp. 23-43.

Sampath, Rajesh. (2014). Education, Capabilities and Development: Appropriating Freire's Pedagogy of the Oppressed to Challenge Contemporary Assumptions. International Journal for Innovation Education and Research, 2(4), pp. 71-76.

Sampath, Rajesh. (2014). Is the Formation of Western Democratic Governments an Unrepeatible Historical Singularity? - A Critical Reading of Locke's Second Treatise of Government in Light of Contemporary Developing Countries. Review of History and Political Science, 2(2), pp. 227-243.

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