why does it seem to be easier and more acceptable to attribute praise and admiration to other cultures for their creativeness, inventiveness, intuitiveness, intellect, and/or ability to progress under "difficult" circumstances but, seemingly, refuse to give the African culture/spirit the same praise and admiration?
As far as this question goes I do believe it makes it easier and more acceptable to attribute such because the way the world let us consider it. It goes as far as which Davidson stated in the book, “…..F.B. Jevons, published an Introduction to the History of Religion” (pg.25) Davidson then goes to explain seventy years later how the book was describe as a collection of absurd reconstruction, it became plain nonsense. (pg.25)
Hence, I feel as though everyone has an opinion and there quick to voice their opinion without the knowledge of knowing. Between the commercials and the opinionated journalists it portrayed the feeling of Africa to be poor and although the culture might have an African spirit we are not being portrayed with that vision. We only know what we set forth to know, and many of us as our nature are quick to listen to the opinions of someone else and make a judgment off of just that other than being educated about the culture and why they are going through such difficult circumstances. So, to conclude the question it makes it more than just easier and acceptable to attribute praise and admiration to other cultures for their creativeness, inventiveness, intuitiveness, intellect, and/or ability to progress under "difficult" circumstances because we as people elaborate on the opinions and views other than looking deeper into knowing, and that’s the whole purpose of me taking this class to get the real admiration of Africa, and begin to accept the African culture spiritual side.