This book explores the question of what concept of the person can be developed consistently and authentically from the African communalist world-view. The result of this very important philosophical concern, encapsulated in the theory of integrative personhood has certainly a great relevance to human beings just because they are human.
Prof. J. Obi Oguejiofor
Such periods as ours motivate the philosopher to return to the roots of being to review the question of the being of the human person understood in the /Integrative Personhood/ as the enduring self-presence of being constituted in the unity of individuality and community by the dialogics of presenceing.
Dr. Ike Odimegwu
Dr. Ike Odimegwu is a senior lecturer in the Department of Philosophy, Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka, Nigeria.