Lartey on a Trinitarian formulation of human personhood


Every human person is in certain respects:

  1. LIKE ALL OTHERS
  2. LIKE SOME OTHERS
  3. LIKE NO OTHER

Interculturality, alternatively, speaks of living in intersection of the three spheres – being centered in the intersection of the universal, the cultural, and the individual within living, colourful persons.

From In Living Color by Emmanuel Lartey.


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