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  • 1. A PHILOSOPHICAL EXAMINATION OF THE NIGERIAN RELIGIOUS EXPERIENCE IN THE LIGHT OF...

    » CHAPTER ONE 1.0 INTRODUCTION The majority of the humans in the world are born into one religion or the other.[1] The environment in which we live is densely religious. As a result, one starts to hear, see and touch things about God very early in life. In the market, on the road, even in drinking houses you see and hear people talk about God. Even when you are in your house a loudspeaker is at your...Continue Reading »

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  • 2. A PHILOSOPHICAL APPRAISAL ON THE IGBO TRADITIONAL SYSTEM OF CHILD UPBRINGING, VI...

    » CHAPTER ONE 1.1 INTRODUCTION There seems to be a universal law of preservation and conservation in nature. Rock, seas, minerals, plants, animals, and man; all endure because of this universal law of nature. For instance, animals of both higher and lower species that breach this natural law risk extinction, as the other animals will prey on them. Hence, all species, genus, genders, classes, and fam...Continue Reading »

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  • 3. THE SIGNIFICANCE OF THE ALIENATION OF LABOUR IN KARL MARX. (It’s Implications ...

    » 1.0 INTRODUCTION The 17th century philosophy, the enlightenment period, is significant for so many reasons. Not only did it witness the the emergence of many vigorous thinkers, but it also shifted the attention of philosophy from the cosmos (ancient period) and God (medieval period) to the appreciation of man as both the terminus a quo and the terminus ad quem of all reality. In a splendid way, th...Continue Reading »

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  • 4. JUSTICE AND ITS PRIMACY IN THE POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY OF ARISTOTLE.

    » GENERAL INTRODUCTION The problem of the origin and harmonious organization of the state has been an age long problem for philosophers. They have varied opinions as regards the solution to this problem. Conventionalists and contractualism hold that the state originated out of convention or contract between individuals or groups. However, Aristotle a master in ancient philosophical thought, whose in...Continue Reading »

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  • 5. THE MORAL DECADENCE IN NIETZSCHE’S PHILOSOPHICAL WRITINGS (A Critical Approach...

    » CHAPTER ONE THE NOTION OF MORALITY 1.1 The Exact Definition of Morality In making moral choices, the morality of one’s actions does not depend entirely on the sincerity of the intention or the evaluation of the motives, but it must be determined according to objective criteria drawn from the nature of the person and his acts. – Pope John Paul II to a medical Moral Workshop, January 20,...Continue Reading »

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  • 6. FRIENDSHIP OF UNEQUALS IN ARISTOTLE’S NICOMACHEAN ETHICS VIS-A-VIS GODFATHERIS...

    » GENERAL INTRODUCTION Since inception of the current administration in Nigeria in 1999, a major political problem that has plagued the country and has become a socio political problem is “Godfatherism.” Politics in Nigeria has become a business venture where everyone struggles to participate. To this, S. U. Togbolo opines, politics in Nigeria has become an investment where the investors...Continue Reading »

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  • 7. A CRITIQUE OF WIREDU’S CONCEPT OF TRUTH.

    » CHAPTER ONE 1.0 THEORIES OF TRUTH My essay centers especially on the epistemological conviction of Kwasi Wiredu with regards problem of truth. My intention in this essay is to critically evaluate all the strands of Wiredu’s argument in support of his thesis that there is nothing called truth that is different from opinion. I contend that in arguing that truth is nothing but mere opinion, Wir...Continue Reading »

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  • 8. THE QUEST FOR POLITICAL POWER THROUGH VIOLENCE.

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Man is being driven by an insatiable quest for dynamism. He has since the evolution of societies been preoccupied with how to effect changes in the society to maximize his well being, man, therefore, has never at any point abdicated the pressing responsibility of searching for, or evolving models of governance that would make for a better understanding and organization of ...Continue Reading »

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  • 9. CONCEPT OF GOOD GOVERNMENT. A RESEARCH PROJECT MATERIAL ON PHILOSOPHY

    » ABSTRACT Albert Einstein, in a letter to a Rumanian friend Maurice Solovine from Princeton U.S.A. Nike Air Max 2017 Heren Goedkoop on April 10, 1938, says: “A fashion rule each age, without most people being able to see the tyrants that rule them” Although man as Aristotle opines is a political animal who desires and longs to live in a community with his species, he is the best of all ...Continue Reading »

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  • 10. FEMINISM IN THE PHILOSOPHY OF SIMONE DE BEAUVOIR: A CRITICAL ANALYSIS. A RESEARC...

    » ABSTRACT Feminism is one of the philosophical concepts that has raised a lot of controversies in all human societies. Nike Air Max 2017 Goedkoop It is a theory, ideology, and humanistic philosophy that incorporates men and women for the upliftment and development of society. Air Max Tailwind 8 Goedkoop To this end, Simone De Beauvoir, a French existentialist philosophers applied existentialists&rs...Continue Reading »

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  • 11. A.J. AYER AND THE ELIMINATION OF METAPHYSICS. A RESEARCH PROJECT MATERIAL ON PHI...

    » ABSTRACT A.J Ayer a logical positivist and indeed at all his fellow logical positivists were moved by the achievements and clarities in science and as it were, they moved to bring these achievements and clarities in science into philosophy. They believed that there are ambiguities and confusion in philosophical languages and that such ambiguities and confusions would be a thing of the past in phil...Continue Reading »

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  • 12. A CRITICAL ASSESSMENT OF J.S MBITI’S AFRICAN CONCEPTION OF TIME. A RESEARCH PR...

    » ABSTRACT J.S Mbiti contended that Africans perceive time composition of events that must be lived through. He contended further, that one can from such ontology, arrive at the understanding of African philosophical concepts. This essay attempted a critical examination of Mbiti’s view on Africans’ conception of time, and to show that Mbiti’s Africans’ the conception of time ...Continue Reading »

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  • 13. A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF AKAN AND YORUBA CONCEPTION OF A PERSON. A RESEARCH PRO...

    » Abstract The concept of a person held by a group of people is fundamental in understanding not only how a person within such framework of thought views himself but also how other matters such as the idea of being, morality, knowledge and truth that are essential for the ordering of the society are viewed. This is emphasized by the fact that such a concept encapsulates the role the society expects ...Continue Reading »

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  • 14. ZIK’S NEO-WELFARISM: A VIABLE OPTION FOR THE NIGERIAN STATE. A RESEARCH PROJEC...

    » CHAPTER ONE 1.0 INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY This thesis springs from a genuine sense of patriotism to fashion a way forward for my beloved country. It is rather remarkable at this time there seems to be little incentive for patriotic concerns since the state had neglected to play its part in the unwritten social contract with its citizens. Achebe captures the scene very aptly, “...Continue Reading »

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  • 15. PSYCHOLOGY OF GENIUS IN ARTHUR SCHOPENHAUER. A RESEARCH PROJECT MATERIAL ON PHIL...

    » CHAPTER ONE 1.0 GENERAL INTRODUCTION 1.1 INTRODUCTION: In the evolutionary system, advancement in the human world was a result of the urge to satisfy the immediate needs of man and even more. Every organism is essentially endowed with its means of livelihood. So, nature has done so well to provide animals with their own means of attack, nutrition, defence, and every means of survival. Hitherto, wi...Continue Reading »

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  • 16. A CRITIQUE OF POPPER’S STRATEGY FOR THE GROWTH OF SCIENCE. A RESEARCH PROJECT ...

    » CHAPTER ONE 1.0 TOWARDS ESTABLISHING THE BACKGROUND OF POPPERIAN PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE. 1.1 CAN FACTS CONSTITUTE THE TERMINUS QUO OF SCIENCE? (THE PROBLEM OF INDUCTION) It is one of the fundamental canons of the empiricists, the positivists of all sorts and in fact the entire circle of the inductivists, that the ladder of science can only be climbed through the collection and assembling of our exp...Continue Reading »

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  • 17. THE NOTION OF THE HUMAN PERSON IN KIERKEGAARD VIS-À-VIS AFRICAN INDIVIDUAL. A R...

    » CHAPTER ONE 1.0 INTRODUCTION There are diverse understanding of the concept of the human person among thinkers and philosophers. In this regard, Arthur C. Danto affirms that “Neither in common usage nor in philosophy has there been a univocal concept of ‘person”[1]. But basically, the English word ‘person’ is derived from the Latin word, ‘persona,’ which c...Continue Reading »

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  • 18. MACHIAVELLIANISM AND DEMOCRACY (NIGERIA AS A CASE STUDY). A RESEARCH PROJECT MAT...

    » CHAPTER ONE GENERAL INTRODUCTION 1.1 Introduction Machiavelli has gained the world popularity because of the way he conceived and understood politics. Today “Machiavellism” is used to describe a political situation characterized by tyranny, despotism, deception and violence. This is because of Machiavelli’s approach and guidelines towardsachieving stability in the state. Machiave...Continue Reading »

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  • 19. A PHILOSOPHICAL APPRAISAL OF JOSEPH FLETCHER’S NEW MORALITY. A RESEARCH PROJEC...

    » CHAPTER ONE 1.0 STATEMENT OF PROBLEM The problem to be treated is about moral decision making. How is one to act when faced with a moral decisive situation? Life presents us with situations where decisions are not so clear cut. Saying yes to one perceived good often means saying no to another. The question “what ought I to do” in a given situation raises conflict for us. Making decisio...Continue Reading »

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  • 20. A PHILOSOPHICAL LOOK INTO RELIGION AND FREEWILL IN THE LIGHT OF JAMES WILLIAM. A...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION There are two good things in life: freedom of thought and freedom of action[1]. In the whole world, man is the only being that is condemned by its nature to be free as well as to be religious. So by nature man is endowed with the power of the will just as he is equally endowed with religious tendency. Freewill in the simplest term means the freedom to make choice. Moreover...Continue Reading »

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