Radical Humanism and Generous Tolerance

This book articulates the religious ideas and vision of Wole Soyinka in his non-fiction writings, analyzes Soyinka's response to religious violence, terror, and the fear of religious imperialism, and suggests that theoretical notions of ...

Radical Humanism and Generous Tolerance

Radical Humanism and Generous Tolerance

This book articulates the religious ideas and vision of Wole Soyinka in his non-fiction writings, analyzes Soyinka's response to religious violence, terror, and the fear of religious imperialism, and suggests that theoretical notions of radical humanism and generous tolerance best summarize Soyinka's religious ideals and religious piety.

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