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Zulu Thought Patterns and Symbolism epub

by Axel-Ivar Berglund


Zulu Thought Patterns and Symbolism epub

ISBN: 0253311756

ISBN13: 978-0253311757

Author: Axel-Ivar Berglund

Category: Social Sciences

Subcategory: Social Sciences

Language: English

Publisher: Indiana Univ Pr; Indiana Univ PR ed. edition (October 1, 1989)

Pages: 402 pages

ePUB book: 1467 kb

FB2 book: 1302 kb

Rating: 4.8

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Heat and coolness are thought-patterns applicable to Zulu ideas about rain. Heat is closely associated with anger

- International Journal of African Historical Studies This ethnographic classic describes and analyzes the ritual cycle celebrated by Zulu kinship groups as understood and interpreted by the Zulu themselves. Heat and coolness are thought-patterns applicable to Zulu ideas about rain. Heat is closely associated with anger. When he (the Lord-of-the-Sky) is angry, he is hot.

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According to Irvin Hexham (1981), "there is no evidence of belief in a heavenly deity or sky-god in Zulu religion before the advent of Europeans. Berglund, Axel-Ivar, (1976) Zulu Thought-Patterns and Symbolism, London: C. Hurst. John S. Mbiti, African Religions and Philosophy. However, other scholars such as Eileen Jensen Krige, Isaac Schapera, Axel-Ivar Berglund (1976), Hammond-Took, and John Mbiti disagrees with Hexham's analysis. They argue that, the "Lord of Heavenly" or Zulu sky-god has always existed in the traditional Zulu belief system, a deity, who they argue is greater than the "archetypal ancestor and creator, Unkulunkulu. African Writers Series.

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