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2015 Reprint of 1954 Edition Full Facsimile of the original edition Not reproduced with Optical Recognition Software James argued that Egypt was the true source of the Mystery teachings and therefore any claim to such origin by the ancient Greeks is not only dishonest, but must have been based on dishonest motives Stolen Legacy was one of the first scholarly works that attempted to recover the lost history of early African civilization....

Title : Stolen Legacy: The Egyptian Origins of Western Philosophy
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ISBN : 1614278342
Format Type : Paperback
Language : English
Publisher : Martino Fine Books June 29, 2015
Number of Pages : 204 pages
File Size : 978 KB
Status : Available For Download
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Stolen Legacy: The Egyptian Origins of Western Philosophy Reviews

  • Fran
    2019-05-02 11:39

    I am in the process of returning the book because it is not the real book as advertised. This is not a comment on the Book titled "Stolen Legacy" by George G.M. James who is a wonderful author and writer. This is to alert the public that this book with this cover is a copyright infringement book. The original book published by Philosophical Library in 1954 - First Print - contained 190 Pages. This copy only has 166 Pages. There is no mention of the publisher or copyright inside the first page of the book.

  • Nelle S.
    2019-05-03 11:43

    A very interesting read, although the references can get lengthy, the message is clear. I admired Greek philosophy since I discovered it College, but they never taught us the origins of their teachings. This book encourages you to relearn what you have learned and dig deeper into Kemet to find the answers that were plagiarized by European culture. Goes to show you, nothing is new under the sun.

  • Harvest Moon
    2019-05-06 11:44

    A thorough review of the early Greek philosophers writing with a detailed comparison to the Egyptian Mystery School teaching showing that the Greek writing were based on Egyptian material. This occurred after Alexander the Great conquered Egypt and acquired their library. It is suggested that the Greek philosophers were initiates in the Egyptian Mystery schools. The Egyptians were the laid the foundation for philosophy not the Greeks.

  • PK3
    2019-05-11 13:41

    Thoroughly enjoyable, a critical work and viable reference for those who may question the belief that African people have not made any contributions to society.It shatters the stereotype and falsehood that has allowed some to romanticize with so called Roman Philosophy.Common sense and a little logic should be more than enough to squash the nonsensical belief of African inferiority but historical propaganda ,fear and ignorance have led many astray

  • Nana Nia
    2019-04-30 16:39

    Excellent explanation of the place of Africans in the history of spirituality, philosophy, and logic. Stolen Legacy shares the great sciences of Egypt that were stolen by the Greeks; which the Greeks claimed as their own. The book makes comparisons between the two systems and you can clearly see how the Greeks were influenced by the Egyptians.

  • Levi
    2019-05-07 18:51

    This book is amazing. It is a great eye opener based on facts & supported with references. This is a great book to learn about Ancient Egypt (Kemet) and gives those of color something to be proud of. This book ends with more words of wisdom on coming together than anything I have witnessed or read. This is an inspiring work that needs to be in colleges & homes across the world. Highly recommend reading & sharing the knowledge from this book. Great exposure of where the origins we place so much homage to should be for philosophy, geometry, spirituality & so much more. I cannot say enough about this great read.

  • ddsharper
    2019-04-27 16:45

    Liked it til I found out is was written by a prince hall mason and published by the masons.

  • Mildred  Hill
    2019-05-01 18:40

    I am almost done reading this book. The writer really has done his homework with this book.