New York, Bern, Frankfurt/M., Paris, 1988. XVI, 306 pp.
Contents: The material in this book falls in several fields, especially, philosophical-theological anthropology and axiology
or ethics. This book attacks racism and prejudice not just in the world, but also from within the Church and the academia
where it quietly resides in carefully worded racist theories that underlay many political and economic policies of the West
when dealing with other nations, particularly, Africa.