God, Human, And The Universe In African Worldview

Izu M. Onyeocha


Some people consider any talk of African worldview as bordering on collective mind or collective unconscious. They would reason that given the vast diversity of peoples and nations in Africa, a single worldview would be impossible. This need not necessarily be so. Perhaps, there might be a coincidence of views or a federation of opinions. It is a fact that there are differences between peoples, just as there are differences between one person and another. Due to historical, environmental, socio-psychological, and other factors, certain things could appeal to certain people and yet have no significance for other people.

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