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Invisible Africa

Contributions to a Coming Culture

208 pp.  


Published:  April 1998


This collection of essays is an expression of inspirational, intuitive, and historical investigations into the "invisible" impulses that have manifested in Africa, particularly in South Africa, in both ancient and modern history. Consideration is also given to future possibilities that could take us into a more sane, more humane and more exciting culture, one in which a new spirit of Ubuntu could become the guiding ethic. It offers a different experience of thinking--one based upon systems developed by Rudolf Steiner, Peter Senge, Stephen Covey, and Harrison Owen.

The humanism of Steve Biko, Albert Luthuli and Mahatma Gandhi served as inspiration for much of this book.

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