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By Sidina Wane

 L’Afrique, berceau de l’humanité, est aussi le lieu où ont germé les pensées scientifique, artistique, philosophique, spirituelle et religieuse de l’Occident dont l. a. Grèce air of mystery été l’habile courroie de transmission. 

L’héritage de l’Occident n’est pas grec, il est foncièrement africain. De nombreuses assets - antiques, classiques, modernes et contemporaines - souvent occultées, l’attestent. Sur cet héritage, l'Occident a élaboré ses propres modes de building des savoirs et d'appréhension de l'invisible. Aujourd’hui, le moveé de l’Occident qui scelle son « africanité » resurgit dans le présent, comme par refoulement, dans diverses manifestations identifiables à un processus d’«africanisation».
Dans ce livre, avec une volonté et un élan résolument vulgarisateurs, l’auteur learn l’entrelacement du crossé et du présent de l’Occident, reflets de son «africanité» et de son «africanisation». Leur mise en regard révèle des codes à décrypter pour les projets d’avenir, pour se prémunir contre les écueils des dérives de l’irrationnel.

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