Clifford Owusu-Gyamfi

What is this Thing Called "Sunsum"?

A Historiographical and Philosophical Investigation into the Nature of the Akan "Sunsum", from its Pneumatological Conception to the Contemporary Argument of Quasi-physicalism
Reihe: Afrikanische Theologie / African Theology / Théologie Africaine
What is this Thing Called "Sunsum"?
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In recent decades, African scholarship has stressed the importance of regional oral traditions... mehr
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In recent decades, African scholarship has stressed the importance of regional oral traditions in academic learning. With this broad knowledge base in African studies, significant categories of socio-religious learning have been closely studied. This volume focuses on the notion of "spirit" as understood by the Akan people of West Africa.

Clifford Owusu-Gyamfi is a systematic theologian from Ghana who lives in Switzerland. MTh from the University of Lausanne and PhD from the University of Geneva.
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