This book is a festschrift to honour the unique inspiration of Professor Mogobe Bernard Ramose. The essays reflect, echo, reinforce and amplify Ramose’s influence and concerns in contemporary African ethics, ontology and epistemology, political struggle and the public responsibility of philosophers to facilitate transformation and liberation. The contributors to this festschrift hail from Azanian South Africa, Cameroon, Kenya, Nigeria, Austria, Canada, Germany, Holland, and America: Jonathan Chimakonam, Michael Cloete, Ndumiso Dladla, Edwin Etieyibo, Rainer Forst, Anke Graness, Henk Haenen, Barry Hallen, Bruce Janz, M. John Lamola, Teboho Lebakeng, D.A. Masolo, Ifeayni A. Menkiti, Ezekiel Mkhwanazi, Pascah Mungwini, Victor C. A. Nweke, J. Obi Oguejiofor, Renate Schepen, Mandla Seleoane, and Godfrey Tangwa. The collection is intended to function as a comprehensive resource tool for navigating Ramose’s opus and the trajectories of his thought pursued by other well established scholars and devoted political activists.