TThe book is dedicated to the contributions of William Burghardt Du Bois, the author of The Souls of Black Folk, in the field of classical philosophy. Du Bois played a key role in discussing a number of new ideas and principles, which have had a significant impact on the evolution of classical philosophy and its role in the liberation of black people. Classical philosophical principles are emphasized upon and discussed throughout his book. This Introduction observes that other black writers from the nineteenth century have had a significant impact on the evolution and growth of Du Bois as a leading writer in the field of classical philosophy.
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