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19th Century German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche advanced a dualistic view of the human condition by arguing that mankind was endowed with two types of spirits namely the Apollonian and the Dionysian. Apollo being the Greek god of intellect and enlightenment was responsible for the rational and thinking side of man. The cerebral aspects of our actions are therefore inspired by the spirit he termed as Apollonian.


Mozambique: Brazil and U.S. join in cooperative development program

Africa’s high return rate for the "frontier market investor"

President Lula and the Tourism Minister Launch the ’Brazil Is Calling You!’ Campaign in Johannesburg

Africa’s growing wealth: The real challenge is cohesion

Brazil prioritize relations with Africa

Brazil raise the bar against Ivory Coast


Brazil punish Zimbabwe in football friendly in front of Mugabe and Tsvangirai

Zimbabwe and Brazilian national football teams in international friendly

Water partnership initiative begins in Ethiopia, India, Brazil and Mali

US and Brazil seek to eliminate racial and ethnic discrimination

Are Obama’s hands tied on Iran?

Brazil world cup team in Zimbabwe

TV Brazil International bridges gap with Africa

From Brazil to Kenya agriculture proves essential to development

Brazil lauds EAC, seeks closer ties: Country ready to co-operate in areas of technology, energy, railways and environment

Parreira takes Bafana to Brazil

Robinho snaps at Pele and misspeaks ...

Industrial evolution from the bottom up

Football Beijing Olympics : FIFA site favours Brazil over Nigeria

Doha 2016 Olympics : An elimination that reeks of suspicion

Marrakech road-map adopted by African and South American states

Brazillian Minister visits Libya to review cooperation

Trade among emerging economies encouraged by the Accra Accord

South Africa gets a new coach

Brazil invests in agricultural research for Africa in Accra

Presidents and UN secretary in Ghana to discuss Zimbabwe and Darfur

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