Kwame Nkrumah’s Theory of African Liberation and Consciencism

Kwame Nkrumah’s Theory of African Liberation and Consciencism  Background To Study Before slavery was practiced in the new world, there was no special denigration of Africans. Travelers to the continent described the inhabitants with the natural curiosity and examination to be expected of individuals coming from other environments. It was when the slave trade and […]

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Aquinas notion of love

Aquinas notion of love Introduction  Love In General:Often times in our life, we do hear different categories of people talking about “Love”.  What is “love’, that every person talks about it?  Go to the streets, to different higher institutions of learning we have around today, the word ‘love’ becomes the order of the day, that […]

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Notion Addiction and Freedom in Gerald G. May

Notion Addiction and Freedom in Gerald G. May Literature Review Addiction and Freedom: Having introduced the topic of our discussion in this long – essay and outlined the modus operandi the researcher wishes to apply, it is now time for us to try to present how other philosophies through the ages viewed freedom as a […]

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Theism and the Problem of Evil

Theism and the Problem of Evil: A Critical Study THE CONCEPT OF THEISM THE MEANING OF THEISM Theism The Word “theos” “ qeos” in Greek means “ God”. Theism means belief in God, where God is understood to be the single omnipotent creator of everything else that exist. God is regarded as a being distinct […]

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Concept of Equalification in Nigeria: A Justification for Women Empowerment

Concept of Equalification in Nigeria: A Justification for Women Empowerment General Introduction Women Empowerment is a global term. It connotes all that needed to be redressed in women and men relationship. Empowerment means a genuine and non-violent capacity and struggle to overcome discrimination and injustice based on gender differences or related issues. It is a […]

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Critical Appraisal of Hobbes’ Idea of Social Contract

Critical Appraisal of Hobbes’ Idea of Social Contract 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. On the mention of the term contract, then, what […]

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Philosophy Project Topics Approved By Nigerian Universities

Philosophy Project Topics Approved By Nigerian Universities Philosophy Project Topics Approved By Nigerian Universities: Get your own Philosophy project topics here! These Philosophy research/project topics has duly been researched and approved. All the Philosophy topics here contain five (5) chapters as required. These includes Abstract Proposal (where applicable) Introduction etc Literature Review etc Conclusion References/Biblography […]

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Meaning of Human Existence in Soren Kierkegaard

Meaning of Human Existence in Soren Kierkegaard Introduction Human:The development of metaphysical idealism by such philosophers as Fichte, Schelling and Hegel was taken to be a great fault by Jakob Friedrich Fries (1773-1843). He was of the opinion that philosophical trend ought to have continued in the Kantian tradition. His simple reason for this remains […]

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Notion of Truth in Igbo Thought and Life.

Notion of Truth in Igbo Thought and Life A Philosophical Exposition General Introduction Igbo worldview:Every human being wants to know the truths of life. When a crime is committed, we all want to know the culprit. In the court of justice, the witness commits himself to say the truth and nothing but the truth. In […]

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Abortion and Dignity of Human Life

Abortion and Dignity of Human Life Meaning and the Nature of Abortion “Abortion is the removal of the product of human conceptus [foetus or non-viable human being] whether before or after implantation in the womb”[1]. It is any act of the removal of the unborn baby from the moment of fertilization to the time of […]

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