LOGOS: AFRICAN JOURNAL OF PHILOSOPHY

African Online Journal

 

Logos: African Journal of Philosophy
Volume 3, Issue 1, July 2020

 

 

1.       A Comparative Study of Christian Ethics and Humanist Ethics.                                                                                                   Pgs 1-16

 

2.      An Appraisal of Marx's Theory of Socialism and Religion as Alienation                                                                    Pgs 17-34

 

 

3.      Logical Sledge of Boko Haram Insurgency and Economic Development:A Nigerian Experience.     Pgs 35-45

 

 

4.  Assessment Of The Problems Hindering Effective Teaching And Learning Computer Science in                       Pgs 46-59

      Secondary Schools In Ikwo Local Government Area, Ebonyi State.    

 

5.      The Place Of Jared Diamond’s Theory Of Development On The African Predicament.                                         Pgs 60-78

 

 

6.      Kant’s Ethical Imperative: A Paradigm For Political Development in the Society.                                                  Pgs  79-92

 

 

7.      An Appraisal of Thomas Hobbes Leviathan to Corporate Governance,

       and Accountability in Nigeria’s Fourth Republic.                                                                                                             Pgs  93 -109

 

 

8.      Socio-Religious Functions of Children Ministry Among Baptist Churches in Abraka Community of Delta State.          Pgs 110-129.

 

Logos: African Journal of Philosophy
Volume 2, Issue 1, July 2019

1.              Anxiety and Death: An Exploration of the Human Conditionin Early Heidegger                                                                   Pgs 1-12

Patrick O. Aleke, PhD

Department of Philosophy

St. Joseph’s Theological Institute Cedara, KwaZulu Natal, South Africa

 

2.           LOGICAL SLEDGE OF BOKO-HARAM INSURGENCY AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT: A NIGERIAN EXPERIENCE.         Pgs 13-22

Anacletus Ogbunkwu PhD

Department of Philosophy,

Ebonyi State University, Abakaliki

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3.         CRITICAL EXAMINATION OF THE CONCEPT OF TRUTH IN IGBO THOUGHT SYSTEM.                                                                  Pgs 23-31

 Ejeh Paulinus C

Philosophy Unit,

General Studies Division,

Enugu State University of Science and Technology

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4.       A CRITICAL EXAMINATION OF SECULAR HUMANIST PHILOSOPHY AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR CONTEMPORARY SOCIETY    Pgs 32-54

 Ejeh Paulinus C.

Philosophy Unit, General Studies Division,

Enugu State University of Science and Technology, Enugu, Nigeria.

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5.       HISTORY AS A CATALYST FOR NIGERIA’S NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT                                                                                                 Pgs 55-64

Ani, Uchenna S. Ph.D., MHSN

Department of History and Strategic Studies,

Alex Ekwueme Federal University, Ndufu-Alike, Ikwo, Nigeria

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and

Ezeonwuka Innocent-Franklyn O. Ph.D., MHSN

Department of History International Studies

GodftreyOkoye University, Enugu, Nigeria

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6.      MILITARY AND NATION BUILDING IN NIGERIA, THE BUHARI ADMINISTRATION IN PERSPECTIVE 31ST DECEMBER 1983 TO 27TH AUGUST 1985.

Pgs 65-84

 Ani, Uchenna S. Ph.D., MHSN

Department of History and Strategic Studies,

Alex Ekwueme Federal University, Ndufu-Alike, Ikwo, Nigeria

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and

Ezeonwuka Innocent-Franklyn O. Ph.D., MHSN

Department of History International Studies and Diplomacy

Godftrey Okoye University, Enugu, Nigeria

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7.      THE RELEVANCE OF H.L.A HART’S JUSTIFICATION OF PUNISHMENT TO NIGERIA                                                                                                Pgs 85-101

Ibekwe Kenneth Ikenna

University of Nigeria Nsukka

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