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Philosophy in Africa. The Meditations of Zara Yaquob 1.

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In a spiritually comforting passage, he observes that when we feel unjustly treated by God, we should not be tempted to give up our faith in him. False faith, is manifestly non-truth, and cannot be revealed to persons, who are fated to experience truth. Political life then has much to gain from God, if it trains its citizens to habituate themselves to silent prayers in the form of meditations.

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Claude christian zara

As a corrective, contrary to the English rationalist, Thomas Hobbes, who argued that life is short, nasty and brutish, as are the human beings who live it, and that an absolute sovereign would have to be designated to silence men's insatiable passions for power, glory and status, Zara Yacob instructs that it is only deep prayers and meditations that may redeem humans from their bestiality. The Jews, the Christians and the Muslims did not understand the work of God when they instituted the law of fasting; they lie when they say that God imposed fasting upon us and forbade us to eat; for our creator gave us food that we supply ourselves by it, not that we abstain from it".

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