Ancient Egypt & Black Africa: A Student's Handbook for the Study of Ancient Egypt in Philosophy, Linguistics & Gender Relations (pb)
Product Descriptionby Theophile Obenga
This book, comprising four essays, were specifically written for Obenga's first series of lectures at the School of Oriental & African Studies, University of London. Obenga places his arguments on a high scientific level: historical and comparative philosophical analyses of Kmt & Greece & the Asio-European world. The degree of depth can be measured by the range and extent of the comparisons, across different cultures. This book also includes a short chapter on the role of women and how they were projected in the society in terms of no bars held in the pursuit of professions, their ability to inherit and disperse funds as they wished, and choose their own husbands.