EDITORIAL

P .J. Conradie

Abstract


In an editorial in June last year I wrote that the question of the relevance of classical studies for
Africa has not yet been discussed in depth. Since then the changing political situation in South
Africa has made such a discussion even more urgent. It has become very popular to say that
South Africa should look to Africa, not Europe, in political as well as in cultural matters:
"Eurocentric" has very nearly become a term of abuse

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.7445/35-3-4-559

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