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CHAPTER ONE BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY 1.1 INTRODUCTION The topic for examination is a very interesting one as it poses puzzles, complex observations and scholarly thoughts into the world of the feminine. An... Continue Reading
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ABSTRACT The study centres on the Rites of passage in Mbosi, Community in Ihiala Local Government of Anambra State. Of particular concern to this study are Birth, Puberty, Marriage and Death rites. This stages in the life of an individuals are discussed with... Continue Reading
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CHAPTER ONE. INTRODUCTION. BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY. As an area of study, intergroup relations appears to be one of the recent themes in African historiography.1 Intergroup relations has been rationalised by behavioural scientists like M. Sherif and C. W. Sherif,... Continue Reading
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  • Pages:70
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ABSTRACT Jos, Plateau state is a city with a high level of religious intolerance in every facet of the society. Since September 7, 2001, it experienced a violent ethno-religious crisis, which broke its innocence as a religiously tolerant state. Since then Jos has lost... Continue Reading
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ABSTRACT This work is on the advent of Christianity in Igbodo community in Delta state, its effect and social impact. Two research methods are employed in carrying out the project. The observation and interview method. For the purpose of the study,... Continue Reading
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  • Pages:78
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ABSTRACT This study focuses on the principle of verification as A.J. Ayer posited it. Ayer had said that the meaning of a statement is the method of its verification. The study starts by researching into the Biography of Ayer and thus uncovering the factors that shaped Ayer.... Continue Reading
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  • Pages:73
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CHAPTER ONE GENERAL INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY Humanism as a term freely applied to a variety of beliefs, method and philosophies that place central emphasis on the human realm. According to Merriam – Webster Dictionary, Humanism is defined as: “a doctrine, attitude or ways of life centered on human... Continue Reading
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  • Pages:180
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CHAPTER ONE METHODOLOGICAL CONSIDERATION STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM: This research study is in the area of philosophy of religion. Joseph Omoregbe, in his book A philosophical look at Religion has defined philosophy of religion as “free, unprejudiced rational inquiry into the nature, meaning and purpose of religion or is a defense of religion, but... Continue Reading
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CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Robert Nozick (1938-2002) was an American philosopher, best known for his rigorous defense of libertarianism in his first major work,  Anarchy, State,   and Utopia  (1974). During his high school and college years, Nozick was a member of the student new left and an enthusiastic socialist. At Columbia, he helped to found... Continue Reading
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CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1   BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY Soren Kierkegaard is regarded as the father of contemporary existentialism. Existentialism, according to J. I. Omoregbe (39) deals “with concrete existence as opposed to essence.”  This means, for the existentialists, existence precedes essence. Kierkegaard, described by Wittgenstein... Continue Reading
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CHAPTER ONE 1.1   INTRODUCTION/BACKGROUND OF STUDY   Falsification as a principle or theory which holds that for any hypothesis to be cognitively significant, true or scientific it must be inherently disprovable by experience before it can be accepted as a scientific hypothesis or theory. This principle is associated with the twentieth century... Continue Reading
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ABSTRACT       J.S Mbiti contended that Africans perceive time composition of events which 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... Continue Reading
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A CRITICAL EVALUATION OF J.J ROUSSEAU's CONCEPT OF EDUCATION CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1      Background of the study All that we lack at birth and need when grown up is given, to us by education. This education comes to us from nature, from men or from things. The internal development of our... Continue Reading
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ABSTRACT One of the never ending processes in life is the process of knowledge acquisition which to the lay man may not constitute any problem as regards how it is acquired. But to philosophers, from time past this has constituted serious debacles. However, in philosophy, it has become the special concern of... Continue Reading
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    TABLE OF CONTENTS TITLE………………………………………………………………………...i CERTIFICATION…………………………………………………….…….ii... Continue Reading
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  (A Critical Investigation) TABLE OF CONTENTS                                                                    TITLE PAGE……………………………….....………            i... Continue Reading
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I – THOU RELATIONSHIP IN GABRIEL MARCEL: AN EXISTENTIALIST ANALYSIS CHAPTER ONE 1.0            INTRODUCTION Life is a Mystery and not a problem; it is never an existential puzzle to human mind.  In allowing man to partake in this mysterious nature of life whose effects or manifestations are familiar to all, man ought to participate... Continue Reading
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CHAPTER ONE:     INTRODUCTION 1.1            PURPOSE OF THE STUDY Man establishes the state in order to meet his needs. In other words, the individuals are prior to the state, and the state cannot exit outside the individuals. Hence, the... Continue Reading
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CHAPTER ONE 1.0     BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY 1.1     INTRODUCTION The sense of wonder is the mark of the philosophers.  Thus, according to Aristotle, “all men by nature desire to know”1.  On the same note, philosophically and otherwise, man has to give meaning to the mysteries befogging his... Continue Reading
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CHAPTER ONE 1.0             MODES OF BEING IN JEAN PAUL SARTRE 1.1 MEANING OF BEING. Being in all its fullness, and as the ground of all beings remains a great mystery. All the philosophical epochs have tried in diverse ways without success, to expound a wholesome review of this question. According... Continue Reading
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HOW TO BE HAPPY:  A CRITICAL EVALUATION OF ARISTOTLE’S “GOLDEN MEAN” CHAPTER ONE   1.0     ARISTOTLE For the purpose of this long essay, it would be a big jump not to begin with a clear knowledge of the philosopher we are examining his philosophy. Consequently, it is pertinent first and foremost to look at the life of Aristotle, the... Continue Reading
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A CRITIQUE ON FREUDIAN PSYCHO SEXUAL ENLIGHTENMENT OF THE CHILD CHAPTER ONE   PROBLEM AND BACKGROUND 1.1 INTRODUCTION In the annals of history, sex has remained a mystery to both man and the society at large. Its importance in human life is so evident, yet no single human being has been able to give a conclusive explanation of what sex is. No... Continue Reading
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CRITICAL APPRAISAL OF THE STATE OF NATURE AND POLITICAL RIGHT IN THOMAS HOBBES CHAPTER ONE   1.1            THE STATE OF NATURE   The notion that man is a creature equipped from birth for society is a view implicit in Plato and expressly formulated by Aristotle in the genesis of his politics. Man is by nature, a political animal.... Continue Reading
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LIFE CRISIS (An Evaluative Rediscovery) CHAPTER   ONE DEFINITION OF THE CONCEPTS OF MAN 1.1     Origin of Man- An Evolutionary/Scientific... Continue Reading
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  TABLE OF CONTENTS TITLE PAGE…………………………………………………….i CERTIFICATION………………………………………………ii DEDICATION……………………………………….………….iii... Continue Reading
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TABLE OF CONTENTS   TITLE PAGE…………………..…………………………………………i   CERTIFICATION……………………………………….………………ii   DEDICATION……………………………………………..…………….iii  ... Continue Reading
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THE FATE OF MAN IN A SCIENTIST-TECHNOLOGICAL ERA. (A PHILOSOPHICAL EXAMINATION OF THE IDEAS OF ALEXANDER DENIS.) CHAPTER ONE 1.0            Science In The Seventies If a reasonable analysis is made of the whole periods in the history of science, the fact that science brought much innovation to mankind cannot be denied. Throughout the... Continue Reading
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  CHAPTER ONE 1:0    GENERAL INTRODUCTION 1:0:1 INTRODUCTION Man, by nature, is a social animal said Plato. But every “society is made up of unique individuals who fail or succeed, are powerful or weak, not as a consequence of stratification but because of their... Continue Reading
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A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF MACHIAVELLIAN  PRINCIPLE AND NIGERIAN SOCIETY                                                     TABLE OF CONTENT TITLE…………………………………………………….………………..i... Continue Reading
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BIAFRA AGITATION: ANY JUSTIFICATION?   CHAPTER ONE BIAFRA AS LED BY CHUKWUEMEKA ODUMEGWU OJUKWU 1.1 The Remote Causes of the Biafra Declaration           By remote causes we mean those errors committed, mistakes made, events, etc. that in one way or the other contributed to the Nigeria’s political instability, which are often ignored,... Continue Reading
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CHAPTER ONE KANT’S MORAL PRINCIPLES Kant in virtue of his education has a vivid appreciation of the unparallel excellence of moral value. In his ethical theory, Kant sets out to discover and justify the supreme principle of morality and the foundation on which the whole... Continue Reading
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CONSCIENCE IN THOMAS AQUINAS: A PHILOSOPHICAL REFLECTION  CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION The modern world is characterized by violence, riots, wars, terrorism, and abortion, which constitute threats to the peaceful co-existence of men.  Analysts have strived to bring out solution to the problem in their various capacities. Both the advocates of peace... Continue Reading
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A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE CONCEPT OF PRIESTHOOD IN IGBO TRADITIONAL RELIGION AND CATHOLIC PRIESTHOOD   CHAPTER ONE 1.0         INTRODUCTION The term Priesthood is one of the oldest institutions of mankind all over the world. The reason is certainly associated with the religious propensities of man. Man is however religious by nature,... Continue Reading
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THE DOCTRINE OF FREEDOM AND RESPONSIBILITY IN JEAN PAUL SARTRE - THE FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES IN AN AUTHENTIC EXISTE CHAPTER ONE          1.0 GENERAL INTRODUCTION   This thesis has to do with the problem of freedom in man’s realization of authentic existence in the existentialist philosophy of Jean Paul Sartre. Looking at this topic,... Continue Reading
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A CRITIQUE ON PIAGETIAN  THEORIES OF COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT   TABLE OF CONTENTS   TITLE……………………………………………………………...i    CERTIFICATION………………………………………………..ii DEDICATION ………………………………………….………..iii... Continue Reading
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JUST STATE IN PLATO (A CRITICAL EXPOSITION) CHAPTER ONE BACK GROUND OF THE STUDY.  1.1 S tatement of the Problem The inability of man to satisfy his limitless needs arising from his self-insufficiency drives him to seek the service of others in the society. Hence, the origin of the state is traceable to the fact that man naturally is a social... Continue Reading
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CHAPTER ONE GENERAL INTRODUCTION 1.1            STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM Today in Nigeria, leadership in all facets of our life - government, industry, education, church and what have you - has come to be the hub of the country’s problem. Chinua Achebe summarized... Continue Reading
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CHAPTER ONE THE BACKGROUND TO THE PHILOSOPHY OF DETRIBALISM 1.1            Tribalism And Nigerian Political Development   Ever since the marriage between the Northern and Southern Nigeria became a reality, Nigerians have made several attempts to... Continue Reading
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THE IMPLICATION OF DAVID HUME’S PHILOSOPHY OF IMPRESSIONS AND IDEAS   CHAPTER ONE 1.0     Introduction Are we not often at times shocked by the discovery that what we thought was certain is later proved dubious and false? If this be a regular occurrence, is it not the case that we may become suspicious of all claims to certainty? But then,... Continue Reading
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CHAPTER ONE 1.1 BACKGROUND OF HEGEL’S POLITICAL   PHILOSOPHY.   1.1.1 . HISTORICAL SURVEY   Every individual is a child of his time. It is not easy for one to escape the influence of his epoch or contemporary world. Hegel himself is not innocent of this. His historical judgments and... Continue Reading
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HANNAH ARDENT ON VIOLENCE VIS-À-VIS THE QUEST FOR POLITICAL POWER THROUGH VIOLENCE IN NIGERIA CHAPTER ONE   GENERAL INTRODUCTION 1.1     STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM While trying to echo Max Weber’s definition of state, C.W Mills categorically defined politics as a struggle for power and the ultimate form of power is violence.[1]  This... Continue Reading
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THE EGO AND THE ID IN SIGMUND FREUD: A PHILOSOPHICAL EXAMINATION CHAPTER ONE GENERAL INTRODUCTION In the anal of history, quest for meaning as a quest for knowledge   has remained an existential fact in every human endeavour. Hence, it propelled man’s meaning-attaching trait which satisfies his concept of existence. Philosophy as it were has... Continue Reading
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CHAPTER ONE 1.0            GENERAL INTRODUCTION The problem of good and evil in the world of ours has become questionable. Good and evil without doubt have constituted lots of discomfort, havoc and other problems in human life. Consequently, so many... Continue Reading
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CHAPTER ONE 1.0     GENERAL INTRODUCTION It is undeniably clear that coming across any written work with this kind of topic stirs up numerous varied notions in people’s minds. The views of an Igbo man who comes across this topic is bound to be different from that of a European.... Continue Reading
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CHAPTER ONE   GENERAL IDEA OF A SOCIAL CONTRACT The social contract theory, nearly as old as philosophy itself, is the view that person’s moral or political obligations are dependent upon a contract or agreement between them to form a society.1 On the mention of the term contract, then,... Continue Reading
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CHAPTER ONE 1.1 . GENERAL INTRODUCTION With the Becconian dictum ‘knowledge is power”, scientist have gone the extra mile on how to improve the environmental condition and then revamp the quality of human life. Now, we witness a great and extraordinary progress in... Continue Reading
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CHAPTER ONE   GENERAL INTRODUCTION     1.1       INTRODUCTION   Aristotle in the commencement of his “Metaphysics” wrote: “pantes anthropoi tou eidenai oregontai phuse”[1] (all men by nature desire to know). This existential passion or desire is quite innate and... Continue Reading
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GENERAL INTRODUCTION Man by nature it has been said is an insatiable being. He is never satisfied and fulfilled within any particular state. He wants always to move beyond his present condition and consequently realize himself in the... Continue Reading
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CHAPTER ONE 1.0            THE GENERAL NOTION OF FREEDOM The concept of freedom is an analogous one, predicated in different ways to beings of very different types. The various forms of attribution depend, to a certain extent, not by defining the same specific content, but by indicating... Continue Reading
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PLATONIC-ARISTOTELIAN NOTION OF MAN [A Comparative Analysis] CHAPTER ONE EXPLICATION OF TERMS   1.1     The concept “Man” Man by his very nature is an inquisitive being. The innate desire, says Aristotle, is both for pragmatic motives and for the sake of knowing. Man wants to know and conquer the realities around him and beyond him. But... Continue Reading
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  CHAPTER ONE 1.0 GENERAL INTRODUCTION Since time immemorial, people have held the view that men are superior to women. This vision of male supremacy is clearly reflected in all traditional families and societies to an extent that even women were made to accept that they are inferior nature. Over... Continue Reading
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CHAPTER ONE 1.1            GENERAL INTRODUCTION It is in the nature of man as a social being to live together in a community. But, to achieve his utmost fulfilment, man desires to live in peace and harmony with his environment, persons and things alike.... Continue Reading
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(A Dialectical Inquiry)   TABLE OF CONTENT Title page………………………………………………………………………. Certification…………………………………………………………………….... Continue Reading
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  TABLE OF CONTENTS TITLE         …      …      …      …      …      …      …      …      …      i CERTIFICATION         …      …      …      …     ... Continue Reading
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    TABLE OF CONTENTS TITLE.      .         .         .         .         .         .         .         .         .         ii... Continue Reading
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A CRITIQUE OF THE MORAL AND RELIGIOUS NIHILISM IN THE PHILOSOPHY OF FREIDRICH NIETZSCHE   TABLE OF CONTENT TITLE PAGE       …      …      …      …      …      …      …      …      i CERTIFICATION         …      …      …      …      …     ... Continue Reading
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CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF HEGELIAN IDEALISM AND ITS  IMPLICATIONS FOR THE INDIVIDUAL HUMAN PERSON TABLE OF CONTENT TITLE PAGE                       ..          ..          ..          ..          ..          ..          ..          i... Continue Reading
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THE BINDING FORCE OF CONSCIENCE IN  ST. THOMAS AQUINAS         TABLE OF CONTENTS Title …    …    …    …     …    …    …    …    …    …    …     …   …     … ... Continue Reading
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CHAPTER ONE 1.1  Self: An Existential Approach. Existentialism is better seen as a style of philosophizing rather than a philosophy. Thus, the existentialists have some patterns of thought following their existential traits. Hence, they deny that reality can be neatly packaged in concept or presented as... Continue Reading
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  TABLE OF CONTENT TITLE         …      …      …      …      …      …      …      …      …      i CERTIFICATION                   …      …      …      …     ... Continue Reading
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CHAPTER ONE VIEWS OF PHILOSOPHERS THROUGH THE AGES Perhaps what has become so dominant in the affairs and the nature of man, almost exclusively, is the need to be treated well. What seemed as latent but constantly boiling in every individual of all ages is a quest to get a fair... Continue Reading
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  TABLE OF CONTENTS TITLE…………………………………………………………………i CERTIFICATION…………………………………………..………ii DEDICATION……………………………………………………....iii... Continue Reading
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THE ART OF NATURAL FAMILY PLANNING IN THE LIGHT OF JOHN F. KIPPLEY   ( A Philosophical Approach ) TABLE OF CONTENTS   TITLE     ......      …… …… …… …… …… …… …… …… ……ii CERTIFICATION  ......       …… …..   …… …… …..   …… …...iii DEDICATION  ......    …… ……... Continue Reading
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  TABLE OF CONTENTS Title …………………………………………………………………i Certification………………………………………………………...ii Dedication………………………………………………………….iii... Continue Reading
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PSYCHOLOGY OF GENIUS IN ARTHUR  SCHOPENHAUER     TABLE OF CONTENTS   TITLE---------------------------------------------------------------------------ii CERTIFICATION-----------------------------------------------------------iii DEDICATION----------------------------------------------------------------iv... Continue Reading
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    TABLE OF CONTENTS TITLE…………………………………………………………………….…i CERTIFICATION…………………………………………………………ii DEDICATION……………………………………………………………..iii... Continue Reading
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  CHAPTER ONE       1.0 PROBLEM AND BACKGROUND                                                                                                       ... Continue Reading
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A CRITIQUE OF POPPER’S STRATEGY FOR THE    GROWTH OF SCIENCE CHAPTER ONE 1.0              TOWARDS ESTABLISHING THE BACKGROUND OF   POPPERIAN PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE.   1.1 CAN FACTS CONSTITUTE THE TERMINUS A QUO OF    SCIENCE? (THE PROBLEM OF INDUCTION)    It is one of the fundamental canons of the empiricists, the... Continue Reading
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T HE NOTION OF THE HUMAN PERSON IN KIERKEGAARD VIS-À-VIS AFRICAN INDIVIDUAL 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... Continue Reading
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CHAPTER ONE 1.0                      GENERAL INTRODUCTION Quite a number of things are fanciful to human being; wealth, prestige, power, good health and host of others. However, all these things make more meaning only when shared with others. Therefore,... Continue Reading
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A PHILOSOPHICAL APPRAISAL OF JOSEPH FLETCHER’S NEW MORALITY 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... Continue Reading
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(NIGERIA AS A CASE STUDY) 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... Continue Reading
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A PHILOSOPHICAL LOOK INTO RELIGION AND  FREEWILL IN THE LIGHT OF JAMES WILLIAM 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... Continue Reading
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  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 seem to be little incentive for patriotic concerns since the state had... Continue Reading
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CHAPTER ONE 1.0     INTRODUCTION           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... Continue Reading
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CHAPTER ONE 1.1     INTRODUCTION There seems to be 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,... Continue Reading
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: (It’s Implications to the Condition of the Nigerian Workers) 1.0 INTRODUCTION The 17th century philosophy, the enlightenment period, is significant for so many reasons. Not only did it witness the emergence of many vigorous thinkers, but it also shifted the attention of philosophy from... Continue Reading
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TABLE OF CONTENTS TITLE PAGE ………………………………………..              i CERTIFICATION …………………………………..             ii DEDICATION ………………………………………              iii... Continue Reading
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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... Continue Reading
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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... Continue Reading
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CHAPTER ONE 1.0  THEORIES OF TRUTH My essay centers especially on the epistemological conviction of Kwasi Wiredu with regards problem of... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:PHI0058
  • Pages:45
  • Chapters:5
CHAPTER ONE 1.1. INTRODUCTION         Women empowerment is human right that lies at the heart of development and achievement of millennium development goals. There is sample historical evidence to indicate that, there is discrimination against women all over the world and this is due to common... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:PHI0057
  • Pages:67
  • Chapters:5
TABLE OF CONTENTS CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION 1.1       Background of the Study                      1.2       Significance of the Study 1.3       Statement of the Problem 1.4       Purpose of Study 1.5       Scope of Study... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:PHI0056
  • Pages:65
  • Chapters:5
TABLE OF CONTENTS Title Page - - - - - - - - i Approval Page - - - - - - - ii Certification - - - - - - - iii Acknowledgements - - - - - - iv Dedication - - - - - - - v Table of Contents - - - - - - vi Abstract  - - - - - - - - ix CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION 1.1... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:PHI0055
  • Pages:65
  • Chapters:5
Feminism In The Philosophy Of Simone De Beauvoir A Critical Analysis 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 a humanistic philosophy that incorporate men and women for the upliftment and development of the... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:PHI0054
  • Pages:65
  • Chapters:5
A.j. Ayer And The Elimination Of Metaphysics 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. Nike Air Max Tavas Goedkoop sneakers blanc Homme Asics They... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:PHI0053
  • Pages:65
  • Chapters:5
Philosophical Evaluation Of Charles De Montesquieu’s Theory Of Separation Of Powers Vis- A- Vis The Practice Of Delegation Of Authority ABSTRACT The theory of separation of powers, according to Charles De Montesquieu, is founded on the desire for political liberty for the citizens in a state. For this reason he advocates that the three powers of... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:PHI0052
  • Pages:56
  • Chapters:5
CHAPTER ONE YOURBA AND WESTERN ETHICS 1.1. ETHICS There are many actions which we will condemn as morally wrong and ought not to be done by anybody, for example, stealing, murder, bribery aimed robbery and corruption e.t.c there are also certain actions which everybody considers as... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:PHI0051
  • Pages:78
  • Chapters:5
CHAPTER ONE 1.1    INTRODUCTION Robert Nozick (1938-2002) was American philosopher, best known for his rigorous defense of libertarianism in his first major work,  Anarchy, State,   and Utopia  (1974). During his high school and college years, Nozick was a member of the student new left and an enthusiastic socialist. At Columbia, he helped... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:PHI0050
  • Pages:65
  • Chapters:4
INTRODUCTION BACKGROUND  OF THE STUDY Aesthetics is a subset of philosophy that looks at the nature of art and our experience of it. It appeared in the course of the eighteen century in Europe and advanced in England as philosophers grouped together such fields as poetry, sculpture, music, and dance. They classified all the arts into one category... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:PHI0049
  • Pages:65
  • Chapters:5
THEORETICAL FRAME WORK USES AND GRATIFICATION THEORY:  (Lazaisfeld and Stanbon (1944) Uses and gratification theory has provided a frame work for examining the satisfaction of needs and interests through different forms of communications media (Kartz, Blumler and Gvievitch, 1974). If two media serve similar needs then they can act as functional... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:PHI0048
  • Pages:65
  • Chapters:5
THE ROLE OF SEX HORMONES  During childhood, the capacity of sexual response and the experience of sexual pleasure as well as the potential for orgasm exists at least in a proportion of children whether this apparently variable potential among childrenreflects different learning experiences during childhood, different opportunities for realizing... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:PHI0047
  • Pages:65
  • Chapters:5
A CRITIQUE OF DAVID HUME’S EMPIRICISM CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1. BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY The search for knowledge that is both absolute and certain has been continuous. However, since at least the time of Aristotle, there has been a strong epistemological tradition based mainly on human experience, which is not directed towards the... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:PHI0046
  • Pages:67
  • Chapters:3
CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY In the history of political philosophy there have been different views as to what relationship should exist between the citizens and the state in terms of state’s powers, authority compared to individual rights and liberties. An exponent of totalitarianism for example would want to argue that... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:PHI0045
  • Pages:67
  • Chapters:5
ABSTRACT Globalization and economic development in Nigeria is one of the results of colonialism. It widens the gap between the rich and the poor; hence it is force of inequality which enslave the African nations and it economy. Globalization is not a course in totality but it is relative on the impact it has for each economy, whether developed or... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:PHI0044
  • Pages:65
  • Chapters:5
ABSTRACT Religion can serve as a strong tool in fostering development in any country, but when not properly managed it can also mar same. In this case, the negative effect comes when   man fails to assert himself existentially but depends absolutely on religion to do everything for him. More often than not, he resorts to seeking for spiritual... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:PHI0043
  • Pages:27
  • Chapters:5
ABSTRACT   Christianity as a religion has affected all spheres of life among the people of Nigeria.         A careful study of the religious background of the Nnewi people will show that Christianity has found its way into both the urban and rural areas of the... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:PHI0042
  • Pages:86
  • Chapters:5
ABSTRACT This essay is a critical study of Ludwig Wittgenstein Language theory. Before we give a through explanation of the entire “essay,” an introduction is being made where the language is going to be linked to philosophy, and not just philosophy, but how also it concerns the linguistic... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:PHI0041
  • Pages:119
  • Chapters:5
TABLE OF CONTENT Title page Certification Dedication Acknowledgement Table of content Abstract CHAPTER ONE GENERAL INTRODUCTION BACKGROUND OF STUDY 1.1 statement of problem 1.2 aims of study 1.3 limitations of study 1.4 scope of study 1.5 research methodology  1.6 clarification of... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:PHI0040
  • Pages:42
  • Chapters:5
ABSTRACT  Medical health practice is one of religious practice in African Tradition. It is a means of securing the lives of the individuals. Among all communities in Africa, life is regarded as sacred. Each individual’s life is seen as a gift... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:PHI0039
  • Pages:102
  • Chapters:5
THE ROLE OF RELIGION IN THE POLITICS OF DELTA STATE  CHAPTERIZATION  Title Page --------- ii Certification -------- iii Dedication ---------iv Acknowledgements -------v Chapterization --------vii Abstract ---------x CHAPTER ONE: Introduction  General Introduction ------1 Background to the Study-----2 Aims and Objectives of the Study----3... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:PHI0038
  • Pages:92
  • Chapters:5
OSU IN A CONTEMPORARY IGBO SOCIETY: A CHRISTIAN THEOLOGICAL EVALUATION  TABLE OF CONTENTS  Title Page --------- i Certification --------- ii Dedication --------- iii Acknowledgements -------- iv Table of Contents -------- v Abstract --------- vii CHAPTER ONE Background of the Study------ 1 Introduction -------- 1 Aims and Objectives ------- 1... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:PHI0037
  • Pages:53
  • Chapters:5
TABLE OF CONTENTS  Title Page--------i  Certification --------ii  Dedication --------iii Acknowledgements -------iv Table of Contents -------vi Abstract --------viii CHAPTER ONE: Introduction  Background to the Study ------ 1 Statement of the Problem ------ 2 Purpose of the Study... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:PHI0036
  • Pages:47
  • Chapters:5
TABLE CONTENTS Title Page---------ii Certification---------iii Dedication---------iv Acknowledgement--------v Table of Content--------vi Abstract---------vii CHAPTR ONE General Introduction------1 1.1Statement of Problem------1 1.2Clarification of Terms------2... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:PHI0035
  • Pages:99
  • Chapters:5
A Marxian Critique of Capitalism: A Contemporary Approach ABSTRACT This project is intended to expose the nature as capitalism as well as its merits and demerits. An exposure of the Marxian critique of the capitalist system and how marx pressed for the replacement of the system with the inauguration of communism through socialism shall then be... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:PHI0034
  • Pages:64
  • Chapters:5
ABSTRACT John Rawls’ “A theory of justice” published in 1971, changed contemporary political theory. In the book, John Rawls presented a reformulation of the social contract theory of John Locke, Jean Jacque Rosseau and Immanuel Kant, providing a justification of the liberal... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:PHI0033
  • Pages:54
  • Chapters:5
ABSTRACT  Medical health practice is one of religious practice in African Tradition. It is a means of securing the lives of the individuals. Among all communities in Africa, life is regarded as sacred. Each individual’s life is seen as a gift from God to the community and to the family. Ihiala Local Government Area which is located in Anambra... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:PHI0032
  • Pages:65
  • Chapters:5
ABSTRACT The central focus of this work is to critically evaluate Heidegger’s concept of being and other related issues. Being has been a very intriguing issue that has held philosophers spell bound over the years. Philosophers throughout the ages have tried to give it their own... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:PHI0031
  • Pages:52
  • Chapters:4
ABSTRACT  Inspite of the religious was of the people of Delta State, the question of the role of religion in the politics of Delta State still stand as a major challenge to religious scholars. This essay in its bid to unravel the role of religion in the society, outrightly dwelt on the impart of religion in politics.  In this research, different... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:PHI0030
  • Pages:65
  • Chapters:5
ABSTRACT I intend to expose the indepth meaning of reason and morality using man as the major point on this discussion, due to the higher rational faculty he possess over other creatures. We shall also answer the question as: has reason any influence or party to play in morality? Or put simply, is reason necessarily required for man to be moral?... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:PHI0029
  • Pages:65
  • Chapters:5
ABSTRACT It is popular knowledge that most counties in Africa were at one time or the other under the control of foreign countries after the Berlin conference that partitioned the continent into various parts and acted as guides for the colonial masters. However, the true sons of the soil... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:PHI0028
  • Pages:47
  • Chapters:5
TABLE OF CONTENTS Title Page Certification Dedication  Acknowledgements  Table of contents  CHAPTER ONE  INTRODUCTION  Background of the study  The statement of the problem  Purpose of the study  Significance of the study  Scope of the study  Methodology  Literature... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:PHI0027
  • Pages:40
  • Chapters:5
ABSTRACT Rousseau’s ideas of law and civil state are his efforts to improve the government processes in France during the 18th century enlightenment era. The situation of France at this time was not palatable as there were social injustices and inequalities which characterized the state of nature on ground. Among the three social classes that... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:PHI0026
  • Pages:67
  • Chapters:5
ABSTRACT There is no doubt that there is an urgent need to imagine another world in the face of the fall outs of the current world order. The urgency of this need for ‘another world’ or ‘a world in which all worlds fit’ is the primary motivation for this research. In line with this motivation, this work is aimed at examining the concept of... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:PHI0025
  • Pages:65
  • Chapters:5
ABSTRACT George Edward Moore, in his quest to establish a direct realist account of cognition and to refute skepticism and absolute idealism, which is a brand of metaphysical monism, argued that at least some of our beliefs about the world are absolutely certain. Moore argues that these beliefs are ‘commonsense’. All the arguments put forth by... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:PHI0024
  • Pages:65
  • Chapters:5
ABSTRACT Cultural diversity is increasingly becoming an inevitable feature of most modern states. This is because trade, tourism, international dialogue amongst scholars, scientists and artists and the movement of skilled labour as well as migration have ensured that few countries do not contain within them significant numbers of peoples from... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:PHI0023
  • Pages:65
  • Chapters:5
INTRODUCTION The primary purpose of this essay is to critically examine Locke’s theory of perception. This theory of perception is more like a theory of knowledge in which sense experience is the true source as opposed to reason. It is derived from the branch of philosophy called ‘epistemology’ which originated from the Greek word... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:PHI0022
  • Pages:50
  • Chapters:5
ABSTRACT         This work takes a critical look at the term “Feminist epistemology” as well as their evaluation of the “epistemic terms”         Feminist who are trying arguing that the quest for knowledge, which epistemology is centred on, should not be male oriented only, but that the female gender should be given an... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:PHI0021
  • Pages:50
  • Chapters:5
STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM The problem of the existence of God is as old as Man. it is a major issue that man either consciously or unconsciously raises in his mind. Philosophers are very concerned with this problem. The problem of the existence of God has almost become a part of every being and one who his beliefs will tagged an atheist which today... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:PHI0020
  • Pages:50
  • Chapters:5
GENERAL INTRODUCTION INTRODUCTION In the history of philosophy, it is believed that the ultimate end of man is happiness and the only way that leads to (through which one achieves) such goal is by living a moral or virtuous life. Living a virtuous life implies exhibiting and behaving morally right. Consequently, man employs laws of which its... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:PHI0019
  • Pages:50
  • Chapters:5
CHAPTER ONE GENERAL INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY From time immemorial, the fundamental question of whether life ends at death has been a major pre-occupation for both philosophers and religious thinkers., although different quarters of intellectual opinion have acknowledged the inevitability of death... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:PHI0018
  • Pages:64
  • Chapters:4
  • Methodology:Descriptive
  • Reference:YES
CHAPTER ONE GENERAL INTRODUCTION BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY The aim of this project is to traces the advent of Christianity in Igbodo community of Ika local government area of Delta state. Igbodo was a community engrossed in fetish practices where primordial... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:PHI0017
  • Pages:74
  • Chapters:5
  • Methodology:Descriptive
  • Reference:YES
ABSRACT John Dewey is an American philosopher, an educator, social reformer, psychologist and a pragmatist who knew the importance of Education and the role it plays in the society. In John Dewey’s philosophy of education, he criticised the... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:PHI0016
  • Pages:82
  • Chapters:4
  • Methodology:Descriptive
  • Reference:YES
ABSTRACT Various dimensions have been the anchor point to the understanding of humanism. Hence, we can think of violence or non-violence. African philosophers like Frantz Fanon, Nelson Mandela and others are proponents of this philosophy. In contemporary time, various violent... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:PHI0015
  • Pages:123
  • Chapters:4
  • Methodology:Descriptive
  • Reference:YES
MARXISM AS A HUMANISM : AN EXPOSE ABSTRACT Humanism is any outlook or way of life centred on human need and interest. It is a rational outlook or system of thought attaching prime importance to human (well-being) rather than divine or supernatural matters. It is also a philosophy that usually rejects supernaturalism and stresses on individuals... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:PHI0014
  • Pages:94
  • Chapters:4
  • Methodology:Descriptive
  • Reference:YES
ABSTRACT Euthanasia can be defined as well or good death which was intentionally done in order to relieve pain or suffering. This project work is expository, scholars have written in favour of the practice of euthanasia, there are also arguments against euthanasia. Discussions on... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:PHI0013
  • Pages:76
  • Chapters:5
  • Methodology:Nil
  • Reference:YES
ABSTRACT Marxism has for more than two centuries been identified not only as a philosophy that tend to promote change among men but an ideology of social consciousness that warms the soup of hope for the common masses, most especially the working people.... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:PHI0012
  • Pages:97
  • Chapters:4
  • Methodology:Nil
  • Reference:YES
ABSTRACT The problem that C.A.C as a religious organization faces today is Division, schisms and dissensions. A Greek philosopher once said, let no one when young delay to study philosophy nor when he is old grow weary of this study for no one can come too early or... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:PHI0011
  • Pages:82
  • Chapters:5
  • Methodology:Simple Percentage
  • Reference:YES
ABSTRACT The study examined the effect of religious conflict in Nigeria in relationship to its impact on educational development of the country, using Oorelope Local Government area as the population sample of the study. The work adopted... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:PHI0010
  • Pages:89
  • Chapters:5
  • Methodology:Simple Percentage
  • Reference:YES
ABSTRACT The main aim of the research is to determine if the difference in belief is the major cause of church division, the study made use of primary data from the information obtained from the distribution of research questionnaire. The... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:PHI0009
  • Pages:60
  • Chapters:5
  • Methodology:Chi Square
  • Reference:YES
ABSTRACT This study is intended to examine the high scale and increasing frequency of violence witnessed in Nigeria today. As a study in ethics, it is mainly concerned with examining how peoples of Nigeria evaluate the rightness and wrongness of violence. It will further determine if there are... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:PHI0008
  • Pages:83
  • Chapters:5
  • Methodology:simple percentage
  • Reference:YES
THEISM AND THE PROBLEM OF EVIL: A CRITICAL STUDY ABSTRACT The presence of evil in a world said to be created by a “Being” who is not only omnipotent, omniscience and perfectly good is problematic. It is a problem that has perturbed man for ages and coupled with various natural disaster still make the concept problematic one. How can there be a... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:PHI0007
  • Pages:119
  • Chapters:1-5
  • Methodology:Analytic and critical method
  • Reference:YES
ABSTRACT I intended to expose the indepth meaning of reason and morality. Using man as the major point on this discussion, due to the higher rational faculty he possess over other creature. We shall also answer the question as: has reason any influence or part to play in... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:PHI0006
  • Pages:108
  • Chapters:1-4
  • Methodology:historical and critical methods of philosophical enquiry
  • Reference:YES
AN EVALUATION OF KARL MARX’S IDEA OF CAPITALISM ABSTRACT The history of man shows that people came together at a point in time to form society. The reason for this is for human beings to have a peaceful co-existence, society therefore is a human creation. How can a society be adjudged as just? These are question yearning for answers and a great... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:PHI0005
  • Pages:62
  • Chapters:1-4
  • Methodology:Analytic and critical method
  • Reference:YES
AN ASSESSMENT OF THE MARXIST DOCTRINE OF ALIENATION AND IT’S RELEVANCE TO THE NIGERIAN SOCIETY ABSTRACT One of the fundamental issues of most socio-political debate in recent years is ALIENATION, which means “estrangement”. This essay will elucidate the doctrine of alienation in its origin until the era of Karl Marx. Much attention will be... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:PHI0004
  • Pages:77
  • Chapters:1-5
  • Methodology:NIL
  • Reference:YES
Abstract According to Taiwo (1980:75), for sense of national unity , a country where people are different races, and each race tries to emphasize its own importance and there are social or tribal... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:PHI0003
  • Pages:26
  • Chapters:1-3
  • Methodology:NIL
  • Reference:YES
A CRITIQUE OF DAVID HUME’S EMPIRICISM ABSTRACT One of the never ending processes in life is the process of knowledge acquisition which to the lay man may not constitute any problem as regards how it is acquired. But to philosophers, from time past this has constituted serious debacles. However, in philosophy, it has become the special concern of... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:PHI0002
  • Pages:116
  • Chapters:1-5
  • Methodology:Critical Study
  • Reference:YES
A CRITICAL EVALUATION OF ARISTOTLE’S CONCEPTION OF CAUSALITY ABSTRACT Causality has been variously defined, and even given an empirical understanding. Causality is derived from the term “cause which means anything capable of changing something else or that which “produces something (makes something happen; bring about the occurrence of... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:PHI0001
  • Pages:64
  • Chapters:1-4
  • Methodology:Critical Study
  • Reference:YES