In this classic work, Professor George G. M. James methodically shows how the Greeks first borrowed and then stole the knowledge from the Priests of the African (Egyptian) Mystery System. He shows how the most popular philosophers including Thales, Anaximander, Plato, and Socrates were all treated as men bringing a foreign teaching to Greece. A teaching so foreign that they were persecuted for what they taught. He further shows a comparison of the teachings of the Mysteries to what they taught and with the former predating them the Professor’s point is made clear, "In truth there is no such thing as a Greek Philosophy."
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The information delivered was both compelling and of great interest, however, I was annoyed be the readers obvious intention to pronouncements, and annunciation of words leading me to question his understanding of a decidedly scholarly topic. His delivery was similar in the reading of "The Miseducation of the Negro."
If the reader insists on continuing a career or efforts in the pursuit of the sorely needed service of delivery of important knowledge such as this I implore him to please overcome his obvious "laziness" in preparation to understand the delivery of such worthwhile subject matter that would be of service to his reputation, and the listeners' clearer understanding.
At present the reader embarrasses himself.
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