Muntu. An Outline of Neo-African Culture.


At a time when the significance of Africa as a vital factor in world politics and world history is increasingly apparent,the problem arises whether Africa does in fact exist as a social,philisophical and cultural entity,or whether it is simply waiting to be assimilated into Western civilisation,to become in fact a “black Europe”.This is the problem which Janheinz Jahn examines in “Muntu”,(a Bantu word generaly translated as “man”,but also having wider meanings,sygnifying the living and the dead,ancestors,deified ancestors and gods.

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H/b in nice clean boards,in a v/g protected illustrated d/w,Size 9×6 pp 267 inc index,bibliography,notes to various chapters,Artistic plates,page maps in back prelims.Hinges strong,binding firm,internaly bright and clean,No foxing,staining,and browning.In all aspects a nice clean copy.


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