This work is a hermeneutic anatomy of the theistic overtones and humanistic undertones of Africa philosophy of culture. It shows that theism and humanism are not contradictions in African philosophy; their synthesis generates a pragmatic African personhood, a unified human nature and world view. Hence, Theistic humanism, Theistic pansychism and Theistic animism form a transcendental unity of apperception and a prolegomena to future African metaphysics. This is one the four great works of Maduabuchi Dukor on African Philosophy which include ‘African Freedom; the Freedom of Philosophy', ‘African Philosophy in the Global Village' and ‘Scientific Paradigm In African Philosophy'.
Professor Maduabuchi Frank Dukor holds a Ph.D (U.N.N) in Philosophy. He is a Professor of Philosophy and the founding Editor-in-Chief of Nnamdi Azikiwe Journal of Philosophy, Journal of the Department of Philosophy, Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka, Nigeria and the founding Editor of Essence, Interdisciplinary-international Journal of Philosophy