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The Fundamental Reality In The Ontology Of African People, Charles Ereraina Osume May 1976

The Fundamental Reality In The Ontology Of African People, Charles Ereraina Osume

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“The fundamental reality in the ontology of African people” is an effort to alert the reader to a crucial omission in most contemporary studies on the religion or culture of African people. The majority of the current anthropologists (scholars in the field of contemporary religions) only make a passing reference to the spirit beings that infest the world of traditional Africa.

Apart from inadequate attempts to psychologize the religions of pre-literary man, investigators of pre-scientific cultures have for the most part been unable to account for the unflinching loyalty and meticulous devotion of traditional man to spirit beings. The reason ...


Ua68/1 Forum, Wku Potter College Of Arts & Letters Mar 1976

Ua68/1 Forum, Wku Potter College Of Arts & Letters

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WKU Potter College of Arts & Letters faculty newsletter regarding faculty research and publications. This issue includes:

  • Mounce, Robert. Values and the Liberal Arts
  • Roberts, Bob. Snake Handling & Plato, Indeed
  • McMahon, William. The Honey of Honor Comes and Goes


Ua35/11 Student Honors Bulletin, Vol. Iv, Wku Honors Program Jan 1976

Ua35/11 Student Honors Bulletin, Vol. Iv, Wku Honors Program

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The articles, all papers done for classes in the university honors program, are divided into three groups. The first group deals with science, especially the area of health care, one of the more practical applications of science in the modern age. The second group consists of three papers done for honor courses in which the major purpose was to expose the student to new areas of consciousness and have them respond orally and verbally to what they read, creative writing. The last group deals with the humanities, literature and religion, two of the more popular fields of the humanities today ...