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ISBN: 978-1-942774-89-1

Skh From Black Psychology to The Science of Being

Wade W. Nobles, Ph.D.

Skh From Black Psychology to The Science of Being Dr. Nobles will revolutionize how we internalize and operationalize psychological processes and reframe how we think of psychology.

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Skh From Black Psychology to The Science of Being

Author: Wade W. Nobles, Ph.D.

A pioneer in his field, and founding member of the Association of Black Psychologists, Dr. Wade Nobles life’s work has been no less than a formal engagement in the on-going theoretical development and programmatic application of African (Black) psychology, African centered thought, and cultural grounding to address the liberation and restoration of the African mind and world-wide development of African people.

In his new book, Skh From Black Psychology to The Science of Being, Dr. Nobles will revolutionize how we internalize and operationalize psychological processes and reframe how we think of psychology. Through his intellectual journey, Nobles discusses the advent of the discipline of Black Psychology and detail its evolution to the Science of Being. With a brief critique of the inadequacy of the Western Grand narrative, the “big ideas” essential to exploring the fundamental and necessary epistemic correction will include an explication of African (BaNtu) thought and worldview. Nobles will detail the need to “return to the source” and explore BaNtu episteme as grounding.

Skh From Black Psychology to The Science of Being engages ancient African thought as precursors to the modern appreciation of living systems (e.g., biophotons, quantum coherence, spontaneous biophotons signals, and squeezed state) and the science of Skh.

Readers will wade in the ancient Nile River of thought, shower with the calm waters of traditional BaNtu peoples, and sunbathe in the thoughts of Jacob Carruthers, Asa Hilliard, Kwame Nkrumah, and Audre Lorde. In proffering the application of African-American cultural technology as the requisite for the restorative process, this book represents a divorce decree from the Western hegemonic stranglehold on the behavioral sciences.

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Wade W. Nobles PhD editor of Skh from black psychology to the science of being

Wade W. Nobles, Ph.D.

For over 40 years, Dr. Nobles has studied classical African philosophy (Kemet, Twa & Nubian) and traditional African wisdom traditions (Akan, Yoruba, Bantu, Wolof, Dogon, Fon, Lebou, etc) as the grounding for the development of an authentic Black psychology. His professional career and life’s work has been no less than a formal engagement in the on-going theoretical development and programmatic application of African (Black) psychology, African centered thought, and cultural grounding to address the liberation and restoration of the African mind and world-wide development of African people. Dr. Nobles is Professor Emeritus of Africana Studies and Black Psychology at San Francisco State University; a co-founder (and Past President) of the Association of Black Psychologists; and the founder and Executive Director of the Institute for the Advanced Study of Black Family, Life and Culture, Inc. He is the author of over one hundred (100) articles, chapters, research reports and books, including African Psychology: Toward its Reclamation, Reascension and Revitalization, Seeking the Sakhu: Foundational Writings in African Psychology, The Island of Memes: Haiti’s Unfinished Revolution. Since 1996, he has co-led “The Enyimnyam Project”, a unique and special study-development project designed to connect Africans from the Diaspora with Africans from the continent.

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