AMAMIHE
AMAMIHE Journal of Applied Philosophy
AMAMIHE: Journal of Applied Philosophy (AJAP) is published by the Department of Philosophy, Imo State University, Nigeria. AJAP is purely dedicated to the publication of original academic papers in the area of Philosophy. Results of research are presented as fresh theories, hypotheses, and analyses of new ideas or discoveries. Extensions of existing theories and review of books of this nature are also covered within the standard range of this journal.

AMAMIHE Volume 19

AMAMIHE Vol. 19. No. 1

1. CONSTRUCTIVISM: A PHILOSOPHICAL APPROACH TO TEACHING AND LEARNING

ADELEYE, Joseph Olusola, PhD OPEN TEXT

2. A PHILOSOPHICAL STUDY OF VIOLENCE AND POWER IN HANNAH ARENDT'S POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY AND ITS IMPLICATIONS

Justin-Anthony Ekene Anene & Kelechi Onyeka Ezeani OPEN TEXT

3. AN EXAMINATION OF ROBERT KANE'S PHILOSOPHY OF ACTION

Okechukwu, Chidiebere Peter & Bruno Yammeluan Ikuli OPEN TEXT

4. THE ORIGIN AND ROLE OF IDEAS IN KARL HEINRICH MARX: IMPLICATIONS OF MARX'S MATERIALIST IDEOLOGY FOR THE CONTEMPORARY HUMAN SOCIETY

Okoro, Charles Kenechukwu, PhD OPEN TEXT

5. WRESTLING ENTERTAINMENT AND MEDIATED CHILDREN VIEWERSHIP IN ABUJA: IMPLICATIONS ON ATTITUDE FORMATION

Melchizedec J. Onobe Ph.D, Ayodele B. Joseph Ph.D & Rachel K. Nyiwo OPEN TEXT

6. CONCEPTUALIZING THE MIND IN WESTERN PHILOSOPHICAL TRADITION

IKHIANOSIME, Francis Eshemomoh & AKALUE, Anthony Ifechukwude OPEN TEXT

7. EXPERIMENT IN PHILOSOPHICAL ANALYSIS: ECHOES FROM THE LABORATORY OF THE MIND

Adekunle A. Ibrahim, Ph.D & Samuel Otu Ishaya, Ph.D OPEN TEXT

8. BUDGET IMPLEMENTATION IN IMO STATE (2011-2015): A DEMONSTRATION OF POLITICAL FALLACIES, EXECUTIVE FAMILOTOCRACY AND POLITICAL DEMOTOCRACY

Ifeanyichukwu, Eugene Obiefule PhD OPEN TEXT

9. PHILOSOPHY, SEPARATION OF POWER AND CONTEMPORARY POLITICS IN NIGERIA

Gregory Ebalu Ogbenika, PhD OPEN TEXT

10. COLOMENTALISM: A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF THE EFFECTS OF COLONIZATION IN NIGERIA

Paulinus C. Ejeh, PhD OPEN TEXT

11. HERMENEUTICS OF SUICIDE IN ETHICS OF THE IGBO TRADITIONAL PHILOSOPHY

Chinyere Christian Emedo, PhD OPEN TEXT

12. PHILOSOPHY OF PRAGMATISM: WHICH WAY FORWARD FOR EDUCATION?

Madu, Kenneth O. & Dr. Onyebuch, G. C. OPEN TEXT

13. TRADITION AND CONTINUITY IN AFRICAN INDEPENDENT RELIGIONS: THE CASE OF NEW RELIGIOUS MOVEMENT

Nweke Innocent Ogbonna, PhD & Mmaduabuchi Henry OPEN TEXT

14. THE CONCEPTS OF LIBERTY, FEMINISM AND DEMOCRACY IN MILL'S POLITICAL THOUGHT: AN EXAMINATION OF A NEW ENLIGHTENMENT AGE IN THE 21STCENTURY

Victor Ogheneochuko Jeko, Ph.D & Wesley T. Osemwegie, Ph.D OPEN TEXT

15. JOHN LOCKE'S MEMORY THEORY OF PERSONAL IDENTITY

Osemwegie, Taiwo Wesley, PhD & Victor Ogheneochuko Jeko, PhD OPEN TEXT
AMAMIHE Vol. 19. No. 2

1. SLANGS USE AMONG IGBO FARMERS

Orji, Dereck-M. Akachukwu (Ph.D) & Okoli, Sunday Ifeanyi OPEN TEXT

2. THE SOCIAL CONTRACTS OF THOMAS HOBBES AND JOHN LOCKE: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS

Umeh, George-Franklin OPEN TEXT

3. WIDOWHOOD, JUSTICE AND THE RULE OF LAW IN AFRICA: NIGERIAN - IGBO PERSPECTIVE

Sr. Mary Winifred Gloria Eche, DMMM, PhD OPEN TEXT

4. PLATO'S MYTH OF THE "NOBLE LIE" VIS-A-VIS SAINT AUGUSTINE'S IDEAL OF A STATESMAN

Kolawole Chabi, O.S.A. OPEN TEXT

5. SUBJECTIVISM AND OBJECTIVISM IN COSMIC EXISTENCE: A SOCIO-EPISTEMIC INQUIRY TOWARDS GLOBAL EXPANSION OF THOUGHT

Chinweuba, Gregory Emeka PhD OPEN TEXT

6. QUERIDA AMAZONIA: THE ECHOES OF THE LONG-LASTING CRY OF AFRICA

Gabriel Tochukwu Okafor OPEN TEXT

7. 'MBOM-UZO': AN AFRICAN IDENTITY IN IGBO COSMOLOGY

Ifeanyi Okeke, PhD OPEN TEXT

8. A CRITIQUE OF COMMUNICATIVE ACTION IN JURGEN HABERMAS' PHILOSOPHY

JEKO Ogheneochuko Victor (Ph.D) & APOLOGUN Sylvester Sunday (Ph.D) OPEN TEXT

9. FRANCOISE UGOCHUKWU, LE PAYS IGBO DU NIGERIA, PREFACE DE GRAHAM FURNISS. PARIS, L'HARMATTAN, 2011, 349 P. (ISBN 978-2-296- 12961-0)

Kolawole Chabi, O.S.A. OPEN TEXT

10. IS 'BRIDE PRICE' EXPLOITATIVE? AN ESSAY IN AFRICAN SOCIAL INSTITUTIONS AND PHILOSOPHY

Dr. Emmanuel Asia OPEN TEXT

11. THE PSYCHODYNAMICS OF EPISTEMIC PROCESS

Isenyo Solomon Ogaba, PhD & Egbonu, John Okwuchukwu, PhD OPEN TEXT

12. THE ONTOLOGICAL FOUNDATION OF THE CONCEPT OF IDEA IN GEORGE BERKELEY'S EPISTEMOLOGY

Isenyo Solomon Ogaba, PhD OPEN TEXT
AMAMIHE Vol. 19. No. 3

1. THE PSYCHODYNAMICS OF EPISTEMIC PROCESS

Isenyo Solomon Ogaba, PhD & Egbonu, John Okwuchukwu, PhD OPEN TEXT

2. ADAPTING KNOTS AND PATTERNS OF UGWUEME COMMUNITY FOR CERAMIC PRODUCTION IN NIGERIA

Okonkwo, Ivan Emeka PhD; Emelogu, Chinenye & Offor, Obiageli Gertrude OPEN TEXT

3. A PHILOSOPHICAL INVESTIGATION OF KANT'S CONTEMPORARY POLITICAL THOUGHT

Jeko, Ogheneochuko Victor (Ph.D); Wesley Osemwegie (Ph.D) & Apologun, Sylvester Sunday (Ph.D) OPEN TEXT

4. ECWA IN IGBOLAND: A MISSIONARY WORK IN ETITI LOCAL CHURCH COUNCIL

Ifeanyi J. Okeke (PhD) OPEN TEXT

5. SYMBOLISM OF KOLA NUT AND PALM WINE AMONG THE IGBO OF SOUTHEAST NIGERIA: PAST AND PRESENT

Kanayo Nwadialor, Ph.D & Kingsley Ekele Eze OPEN TEXT

6. BUBER AND US: RETHINKING THE DIALOGICAL APPROACH

Gabriel Tochukwu Okafor OPEN TEXT

7. AFRICAN TIME AND ADMINISTRATION OF UNIVERSITIES IN NIGERIA

OMOJOLA, Immaculata Olu, (SSMA), PhD OPEN TEXT

8. INNOVATIVE TRENDS AND ADVANCES IN EDUCATION AND COMMUNICATION IN AFRICA

Ignatius C. Uzondu Ph.D OPEN TEXT

9. LITERATURE AND LAW: A STUDY OF CHUMA NWOKOLO'S ONE MORE TALE FOR THE ROAD

Solomon Osekene (Ph.D) & Onyebuchi James Ile (Ph.D) OPEN TEXT

10. THE NIGERIAN NATIONAL QUESTION

Jerome Ikechukwu Okonkwo OPEN TEXT

11. AUGUSTINE ON THE SIN OF ANGELS AND THE CONSEQUENCES OF THEIR SIN

OVIE, Valentine Aghoghophia OPEN TEXT

12. AN ETHICAL INTERROGATION OF TERRORISM AND COUNTER-TERRORISM IN NIGERIA

Solomon Eyesan & Chris O. Abakare, PhD OPEN TEXT

AMAMIHE Volume 18

AMAMIHE Vol. 18. No. 1

1. AUGUSTINE'S RELIGIO-EDUCATIONAL PRAXIS AS A TEACHER

Ikechukwu Anthony Kanu OPEN TEXT

2. THE CONTEXT OF IGWEBUIKE: WHAT ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT SYSTEMS IN AFRICA CAN LEARN FROM THE IGBO APPRENTICESHIP SYSTEM

Catherine Chiugo Kanu OPEN TEXT

3. THE ERADICATION OF TOXIC WASTES AND POLLUTANTS IN OGONI LAND: AN IGWEBUIKE APPROACH

Princess Omovrigho Idialu OPEN TEXT

4. AUGUSTINE'S RELIGIO-EDUCATIONAL PRAXIS AS A STUDENT

Ikechukwu Anthony Kanu OPEN TEXT

5. A REVIEW OF KANU'S ''IGWEBUIKE AS THE ONTOLOGICAL PRECONDITION OF AFRICAN ETHICS''

James Nnoruga OPEN TEXT

6. A REVIEW OF KANU'S ''IGWEBUIKE AS AN IGBO-AFRICAN PHILOSOPHY OF INCLUSIVE LEADERSHIP''

Benson Peter Irabor OPEN TEXT

7. A REVIEW OF KANU'S ''IGWEBUIKE AS A COMPLEMENTARY APPROACH TO THE ISSUE OF GIRL-CHILD EDUCATION''

Mary Amanda Nwagbo OPEN TEXT

8. A REVIEW OF KANU'S ''IGWEBUIKE AND THE LOGIC (NKA) OF AFRICAN PHILOSOPHY''

Jude Ifeanyi Onebunne OPEN TEXT

9. REVIEW OF KANU'S ''IGWEBUIKE PHILOSOPHY AND THE ISSUE OF NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT''

Jude Ifeanyi Onebunne OPEN TEXT

10. REVIEW OF KANU'S ''SOURCES OF IGWEBUIKE PHILOSOPHY: TOWARDS A SOCIO-CULTURAL FOUNDATION''

Immaculata Olu Omojola OPEN TEXT
AMAMIHE Vol. 18. No. 2

1. RE-EVALUATING HORTON'S INTELLECTUALIST THEORY OF RELIGIOUS CHANGE IN IGBO LAND

Nnoruga James OPEN TEXT

2. RENAISSANCE OF THE IGBO LANGUAGE IN A DIGITAL AGE: THE TEN FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES

Bartholomew Nnaemedo OPEN TEXT

3. THE HERMENEUTICS AND RELIGIOUS CONSTRUCT IN THE ILA-OSO CULTURAL FESTIVAL OF AMIYI AHABA ISUIKWUATO

Amanambu, Uchenna Ebony OPEN TEXT

4. COVID-19 PANDEMIC AND THE HEALTH OF (AFRICAN) MIGRANTS

KANU Ikechukwu Anthony OPEN TEXT

5. UNDERSTANDING THE CONCEPT OF CATHARSIS IN ARISTOTLE

Francis, Terna Patrick OPEN TEXT

6. PHILOSOPHY AND RESTRUCTURING THE NIGERIAN STATE: INTERROGATING THE CRITICAL ISSUES

Godwin Okaneme OPEN TEXT

7. A DECONSTRUCTION OF PLATO'S CONCEPT OF EUGENIC BREEDING AND FEDERAL CHARACTER PRINCIPLE IN NIGERIA

Oliver, Tersoo Agundu & ADIDI, Dokpesi Timothy OPEN TEXT

8. BERTRAND RUSSELL'S ''SCIENTIFIC GOVERNMENT'' AS A MODEL OF GOVERNANCE FOR AFRICAN STATES

Imoter Mark SHENGE & Edoh Sunday ODUM OPEN TEXT

9. BASIC TENETS IN IGALA ONTOLOGY

Ebeh, John Igbogo OPEN TEXT

10. FOOD AND PLEASURE IN NIGERIA: A PRAGMATIC APPROACH TO EPICURUS' PHILOSOPHY OF GOOD LIFE

Olubanjo-Olufowobi, Olufunso OPEN TEXT

11. THE CONCEPT OF SACRIFICE IN YORUBA RELIGION AND CULTURE

KANU Ikechukwu Anthony, OMOJOLA Immaculata Olu & Mike Boni Bazza OPEN TEXT

12. ON THE QUESTION OF CULTURE: A CRITICAL APPRAISAL OF THE ODO AND EZUGU CULTS IN ENUGU STATE, NIGERIA

Joseph N. Agbo OPEN TEXT
AMAMIHE Vol. 18. No. 3

1. A CRITICAL EXAMINATION OF AFRICAN NORMATIVE NOTION OF PERSONHOOD: IMPLICATIONS FOR ABORTION

Godfrey Chidiebere Asadu OPEN TEXT

2. HOBBES' SOCIAL CONTRACT THEORY: IMPLICATIONS FOR CITIZENS CUM GOVERNMENT RELATIONSHIP IN NIGERIA

Inameti Lawrence Udo & Ubong Inua OPEN TEXT

3. IGBO ETHNIC AGE GRADE LEADERSHIP STRUCTURE: A SAMPLE FOR SOCIO-POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC STABILITY IN AFRICA

Ebeh, John Igbogo & Aleke Matthew OPEN TEXT

4. EFFECTIVE HUMAN CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT THROUGH PHILOSOPHY

Joachim Ireruke Ukutsemuya OPEN TEXT

5. THE SIGNIFICANCE OF CONSCIENCE AND THE COMMON GOOD IN SURMOUNTING CORRUPTION IN NIGERIA

John Musa Aikoye & Ebeh, John Igbogo OPEN TEXT

6. PHILOSOPHICAL KNOWLEDGE FOR HUMAN AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT

Sylvester Idemudia Odia OPEN TEXT

7. DANGERS OF KIDNAPPING TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE NIGERIAN NATION: THE ROLE OF THE CHURCH

Asogwa, Emmanuel Chukwujindu OPEN TEXT

8. ALMAJIRI ISLAMIC PRACTICES AND THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC IN NIGERIA: MATTERS ARISING

Amanambu, Uchenna Ebony OPEN TEXT

9. APPLICATION OF CATHOLIC PRINCIPLES IN THE MANAGEMENT OF CATHOLIC SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN NIGERIAN

Bakwaph Peter Kanyip & Anyanwu Stella Nkechi OPEN TEXT

10. A REVIEW OF "SECULARISM SECULAR STATE AND RELIGIOUS FREEDOM"

Cyril Chibuzo Ezeani OPEN TEXT

11. A REVIEW OF CHARLES C. NWEKE AND CHUKWUGOZIE D. NWOYE'S "HIGHER EDUCATION AND GENERAL STUDIES IN NIGERIA: A PHILOSOPHICAL INVESTIGATION"

Anthony U. Nwokoye OPEN TEXT
AMAMIHE Vol. 18. No. 4

1. EZIOKWU: ITS DENIZENS FOR TRUTH-CONDITIONS IN IGBO LANGUAGE

Jerome Ikechukwu Okonkwo OPEN TEXT

2. THE CHOIR DIRECTOR: CONFLICT MANAGEMENT AND HARMONY AT THE WORKPLACE

Albert Oikelome Ph.D OPEN TEXT

3. PLATO ON WOMEN: NIGERIAN WOMEN IN PESPECTIVE

Gregory Ebalu Ogbenika Ph.D OPEN TEXT

4. A PHILOSOPHICAL EXPOSITION OF RELIGIOUS AND CULTURAL PRACTICES THAT HINDER DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA

Aloysius Obiwulu & Joy Onuoha OPEN TEXT

5. THE PROBLEM OF EVIL AND THE BEST OF ALL POSSIBLE WORLDS IN LEIBNIZ'S THEODICY: PHILOSOPHICAL EXCOGITATIONS

Godwin Okaneme, PhD OPEN TEXT

6. PHILOSOPHY AND NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT: A CRITICAL ANALYSIS

Maraizu Elechi, PhD OPEN TEXT

7. ETHICAL ISSUES IN COMMERCIAL GESTATIONAL SURROGACY

Cyril Osilama Adamu, Ph.D OPEN TEXT

8. HATE SPEECH: A VANGUARD OF SYSTEMIC VIOLENCE AND COLLAPSE OF COMMONALITY

Ikechukwu Onah & Solomon, Chidi Alexander OPEN TEXT

9. RELIGIOUS PLURALISM IN NIGERIA'S PUBLIC DOMAIN: PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS

John Clerk Koko FIPMD, PhD OPEN TEXT

10. THE AMBIVALENCE OF THE CHI PRINCIPLE IN IGBO THOUGHT: A GROUND FOR RECONCILING THE IRRECONCILABLE

Onah Oliver OPEN TEXT

11. FEMINIST RECONFIGURATION OF CLASSICAL EPISTEMIC JUSTIFICATION: TOWARDS A COMPLEMENTARY EPISTEMIC ACCOUNT

Oluwaseun T. Babatuyi OPEN TEXT

12. FOUNDATIONS OF ST. AUGUSTINE'S PHILOSOPHY

Charles Nweke, PhD OPEN TEXT

13. A CRITIQUE OF KARL MARX'S THEORY OF ALIENATION

Oliver Tersoo Agundu, PhD & Emmanuel Eroh OPEN TEXT

14. HUMANISM AND EDUCATIONAL RECONSTRUCTIONISM IN THE PEDAGOGY OF TAI SOLARIN

IRABOR, Benson Peter; OLA-OBITUSIN, Damilola Grace & OLUFOWOBI, Oludare Okikiola, PhD OPEN TEXT

15. ETHICAL REPERCUSSIONS OF SAME-SEX MARRIAGE (HOMOSEXUALITY) AND THE FUTURE OF HUMAN SPECIES

Ibe Anthony Chiwuba, PhD OPEN TEXT
AMAMIHE Vol. 18. No. 5

1. AFRICAN PHILOSOPHY IN AND BEYOUND ETHNOPHILOSOPHY

Jude I. Onebunne, PhD OPEN TEXT

2. CULTURE, ART AND TECHNOLOGY: AN INTEGRAL CONNECTION

Chizimuzo Chidinma Chukwuma-Ali OPEN TEXT

3. POPULISM IN A DEMOCRACY: ETHICAL CONCERNS

Columbus Nnamdi Ogbujah, Ph. D OPEN TEXT

4. THE KOLA NUT IN IGBO-AFRICAN SYMBOLIC AND ARTISTIC UNIVERSE AND THE QUESTION PEACE-BUILDING

Ikechukwu Anthony KANU OPEN TEXT

5. COVID-19 AND DEATH: STOIC PHILOSOPHY AS A FORTRESS IN A TIME OF PANDEMIC

Felix Gabriel Zombobah OPEN TEXT

6. FREUDIAN SYMBOLS IN J.P. BEKEDEREMO - CLARK'S SONG OF A GOAT

OGUNNAIKE, M. Jimi, Ph.D OPEN TEXT

7. AN APPRAISAL OF LEIBNIZ'S THEODICY AND ITS SIGNIFICANCE TO THE CONTEMPORARY CHURCH

Onuche, Joseph, PhD OPEN TEXT

8. FECUNDITY AND THE BANALITY OF DEATH, A CASE OF GOODNESS BEYOND BEING: A LEVINASIAN READING

Godwin Michael Adahada OPEN TEXT

9. A PHILOSOPHICAL REFLECTION ON AJE (WITCHES) IN YORUBA TRADITIONAL SOCIETY AND EDUCATION

ADELEYE, Joseph Olusola, PhD OPEN TEXT

10. ACTIVISM IN NIGERIA: CAUSES, EFFECTS AND THE WAY FORWARD

Ejikemeuwa J. O. NDUBISI, PhD OPEN TEXT

11. JOHN RAWLS' THEORY OF JUSTICE AND ITS RELEVANCE TO CONTEMPORARY NIGERIAN DEMOCRACY: A PHILOSOPHICAL APPRAISAL

Godwin Okaneme, PhD OPEN TEXT

12. PHILOSOPHY AND THE QUESTION OF PARTY POLITICS AND POLITICAL PARTICIPATION IN NIGERIA

Paul T. Haaga, PhD OPEN TEXT

13. AN APPRAISAL OF ISAIAH'S "HERE AM I SEND ME (ISAIAH 6:8B)": A CHALLENGE TO THE CONTEMPORARY NIGERIAN LEADERS.

Amanambu, Uchenna Ebony, PhD OPEN TEXT

14. AUGUSTINE ON MEMORY

Felix Gabriel Zombobah OPEN TEXT

15. NIGERIA'S SOCIAL JUSTICE SYSTEM: A MAJOR IMPEDIMENT TO NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Chinenyenwa Ugonna Osi OPEN TEXT
AMAMIHE Vol. 18. No. 6

1. POLITICAL INSTABILITY IN NIGERIA: CAUSES, IMPACTS AND PHILOSOPHIC SOLUTIONS

Evaristus Emeka Isife OPEN TEXT

2. THE RELIGIOUS PRAXES OF "ONYE NA 'CHI' YA" IN THE IGBO COSMOLOGY

Amanambu, Uchenna Ebony, PhD OPEN TEXT

3. INTERROGATING THE CHALLENGE OF SOCIAL DISINTEGRATION IN NIGERIA WITHIN THE CONTEXT OF AXEL HONNETH'S THEORY OF RECOGNITION

Paul T. Haaga, PhD & Amos Ameh Ichaba, PhD OPEN TEXT

4. DISCOURSE ON GIAMBATTISTA VICO'S PHILOSOPHY OF HISTORY AND THE QUESTION OF THE ORIGIN OF HUMAN SOCIETY

Michael Sunday Sasa, PhD OPEN TEXT

5. EEWO (TABOO) IN YORUBA CULTURE: A PHILOSOPHICAL INVESTIGATION

ADELEYE, Joseph Olusola, PhD OPEN TEXT

6. SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND AFRICAN CULTURAL RENAISSANCE

Emmanuel Iniobong Archibong, PhD OPEN TEXT

7. ON THE NATURE AND RELEVANCE MARTIN HEIDEGGER'S CRITIQUE OF THE ESSENCE OF TECHNOLOGY

Michael Sunday Sasa, PhD OPEN TEXT

8. DESCARTES, LEIBNIZ AND SPINOZA: A BRIEF SURVEY OF RATIONALISM

Hyginus Chibuike Ezebuilo, PhD OPEN TEXT

9. IGBO ETHICS OF CARE: A META-ETHICAL DESCRIPTION

Cletus Umezinwa, PhD OPEN TEXT

10. THE BOOK OF REVELATION AND MARXISM: A CRITIQUE OF THE STATE AND PUSH FOR EMANCIPATION

Dominic Obielosi OPEN TEXT

11. LAW AS A NORMATIVE SYSTEM IN THE PHILOSOPHY OF JOSEPH RAZ

Paul T. Haaga, PhD OPEN TEXT

12. WILLIAM JAMES' PRAGMATIC THEORY OF TRUTH: A HERMENEUTIC OF THE POLITICS OF DECIET IN NIGERIA

Anyarogbu, Justin C. & Asadu, Godfrey Chidiebere OPEN TEXT
AMAMIHE Vol. 18. No. 7

1. 'IGWEBUIKE' AS A CONCEPTUALIZATION OF IGBO-AFRICAN WORLDVIEW

Ikechukwu Anthony KANU OPEN TEXT

2. IGWEBUIKE ATTRIBUTES IN THE MEDIEVAL FRENCH SYSTEM: A REVIEW OF CHARLEMAGNE'S LEADERSHIP IN "LA CHANSON DE ROLAND"

Jude I. Onebunne, PhD & Sylvia Chinazom Ezeaka OPEN TEXT

3. THE IGBO-AFRICAN KOLA NUT AS A SYMBOLIC MANIFESTATION OF 'IGWEBUIKE' PHILOSOPHY

Ikechukwu Anthony KANU OPEN TEXT

4. 'IGWEBUIKE' PHILOSOPHY AND THE MANAGEMENT OF COVID-19 IN NIGERIA

OMOJOLA Immaculata Olu, (SSMA), PhD OPEN TEXT

5. COVERT MILITARY OPERATIONS, BIOENGINEERING AND THE WEAPONIZATION OF VIRUSES: AN IGWUEBUIKE DISCOURSE

Hilary Ugwu, MSW OPEN TEXT

6. IN SEARCH FOR NATIVE COMMUNICATION: IGWEBUIKE AND SHIKROT PHILOSOPHICAL RENDERINGS

Justine John Dyikuk OPEN TEXT

7. THE ROLE OF UMUNNA IN CONFLICT RESOLUTION AS AN EXPRESSION OF IGWEBUIKE PHILOSOPHY

Francis N. C. IWUH OPEN TEXT

8. THE CONCEPT OF IGWEBUIKE IN IGBO KNOWLEDGE INTEGRATION

Obinna Victor Obiagwu, PhD OPEN TEXT
AMAMIHE Vol. 18. No. 8

1. 'IGWEBUIKE' PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

Ikechukwu Anthony KANU OPEN TEXT

2. IGWEBUIKE: A CONCEPTUAL TOOL FOR CHANGE IN THE LIBERATION OF AFRICAN WOMEN

Nnoruga James OPEN TEXT

3. IGWBUIKE PHILOSOPHY: A VEHICLE FOR PEACE AND CONFLICT RESOLUTION AMONG THE IGBOS OF SOUTH EAST NIGERIA

Onyeakazi Jude Chukwuma, PhD OPEN TEXT

4. 'IGWEBUIKE' AS THE KEY TO UNDERSTANDING AFRICAN PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGION

Ikechukwu Anthony KANU OPEN TEXT

5. BELONGINGNESS AS IGWEBUIKE AND AFRICAN PHILOSOPHY A CRITICAL RELATIONSHIP

Jude I. Onebunne, PhD OPEN TEXT

6. THE DISSIPATIVE QUANTUM MODEL OF THE BRAIN: HOW CONSCIOUSNESS (OF THE OTHER) ARISES FROM THE INTERACTIVE PROCESS OF THE BODY-BRAIN AND ENVIRONMENT. OUR IGWEBUIKE-NESS IS QUANTUM

Dozie Iwuh, OSA OPEN TEXT

7. 'IGWEBUIKE' PHILOSOPHY AND HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

OMOJOLA Immaculata Olu, (SSMA), PhD OPEN TEXT

8. AL-GHAZZALI'S THEORY OF VIRTUE: AN AGENT FOR ADDRESSING RURAL BANDITRY AND CONFLICT IN NORTH-WEST NIGERIA

Lawan Ubaliyo Abubakar & Muhammad Saminu Ibrahim OPEN TEXT
AMAMIHE Vol. 18. No. 9

1. A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF HEIDEGGER'S TECHNOLOGY AND CONTEMPORARY TRANSHUMANISM

Onyeakazi Jude Chukwuma, PhD OPEN TEXT

2. A PRAGMATIC ANALYSIS OF SELECTED PENTECOSTAL GOSPEL PRINT ADVERTISEMENTS IN EKITI STATE, NIGERIA

OGUNRINDE, Ebenezer Deji Ph.D. & ADEDOJA, Olayiwola Mofoluwalop OPEN TEXT

3. DYNAMISM OF CIVIL UNREST AND METHODS OF CONFLICT RESOLUTION IN NIGERIA

Stephen O. AIGBONOGA OPEN TEXT

4. A STYLISTIC ANALYSIS OF VACANCY ADVERTISEMENTS IN SELECTED NIGERIAN NEWSPAPERS

OGUNRINDE, Ebenezer Deji Ph.D. & JAYEOBA, Martins Segun (M A Student) OPEN TEXT

5. IMPORT OF RELIGIO-CULTURAL ECUMENISM AND DIALOGUE ON HUMAN SECURITY IN AFRICA

Okafor, Emmanuel Ikenna OPEN TEXT

6. A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF HEIDEGGER'S TECHNOLOGY AND CONTEMPORARY TRANSHUMANISM

Onyeakazi Jude Chukwuma, PhD OPEN TEXT

7. GLOBALISATION AND THE SEARCH FOR AN AUTHENTIC AFRICAN DEMOCRACY

Osimiri Peter, PhD OPEN TEXT

8. IGWEBUIKE AS AN IGBO-AFRICAN PHILOSOPHY OF HUMAN WELLBEING

Ikechukwu Anthony KANU OPEN TEXT

AMAMIHE Volume 17

AMAMIHE Vol. 17. No. 1

1. SAINT AUGUSTINE ON TEACHER-STUDENT RELATIONSHIP: RELIGIOUS PERSPECTIVE OF EDUCATION

Ikechukwu Anthony Kanu OPEN TEXT

2. AFRICAN PHILOSOPHY AND THE EFFECTS OF TERRORISM ON NIGERIA'S INTEGRAL DEVELOPMENT

Charles Nweke, Chukwugozie Donatus Nwoye, Philip Emenike Ayika OPEN TEXT

3. IGWEBUIKE: TOWARDS AN AFRICAN METAPHYSICS OF COMMUNAL STRENGTH

Jude Ifeanyi Onebunne OPEN TEXT

4. AUGUSTINE'S PEDAGOGY: RELIGIO-HUMANISTIC PERSPECTIVE

Ikechukwu Anthony Kanu OPEN TEXT

5. A REVIEW OF PROF. KANU'S ''IGWEBUIKECONOMICS: TOWARDS AN INCLUSIVE ECONOMY FOR AFRICAN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT''

Philip Adah Idachaba OPEN TEXT

6. A REVIEW OF PROF. KANU'S ''IGWEBUIKE AS A TREND IN AFRICAN PHILOSOPHY''

Amos Ameh Ichaba OPEN TEXT

7. A REVIEW OF PROF. KANU'S ''IGWEBUIKE AND BEING IN IGBO ONTOLOGY''

Jude Ifeanyi Onebunne OPEN TEXT

8. A REVIEW OF PROF. KANU'S ''IGWEBUIKE AS AN IGBO-AFRICAN ETHIC OF RECIPROCITY''

Jude Ifeanyi Onebunne OPEN TEXT

9. A REVIEW OF PROF. KANU'S ''IGWEBUIKECONOMICS: TOWARDS AN INCLUSIVE ECONOMY FOR ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT''

Charles Nweke OPEN TEXT

10. A REVIEW OF PROF. KANU'S ''IGWEBUIKE AS AN IGBO-AFRICAN MODALITY OF PEACE AND CONFLICT RESOLUTION''

Peter Okey Ejikeme OPEN TEXT

AMAMIHE Volume 16

AMAMIHE Vol. 16. No. 1

1. THE AFRICANNESS OF AUGUSTINE'S RELIGIO-HUMANISTIC THOUGHTS ON EDUCATION

Ikechukwu Anthony Kanu OPEN TEXT

2. IGWEBIUKE PHILOSPHY AND POPE FRANCIS' APOSTOLIC EXHORTATION EVANGELII GAUDIUM

Naanmiap Baamlong OPEN TEXT

3. POLITICAL MARGINALIZATION AND ISSUES AROUND THE INCLUSION OF THE OTHER: AFRICA'S ALBATROSS

Charles Nweke, Chukwugozie Donatus Nwoye, Philip Emenike Ayika OPEN TEXT

4. IGWEBUIKE IMPLICATIONS FOR THE PHILOSOPHICAL POLEMICS AND INITIATIVES FOR AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT

Sharkdam Wapmuk OPEN TEXT

5. SOURCES OF AUGUSTINE'S RELIGIO-EDUCATIONAL INSIGHTS

Ikechukwu Anthony Kanu OPEN TEXT

6. A REVIEW OF PROF KANU'S ''IGWEBUIKE AS A HERMENEUTIC OF PERSONAL AUTONOMY IN IGBO-AFRICAN ONTOLOGY''

Peter Okey Ejikeme OPEN TEXT

7. A REVIEW OF PROF KANU'S ''THE IGBO-AFRICAN KOLA NUT AS A 'TYPE' OF HOLY COMMUNION: IGWEBUIKE AND THE MISSIONARY MISSING LINK''

Kanayo Nwadialor OPEN TEXT

8. A REVIEW OF PROF KANU'S ''IGWEBUIKE AS AN IGBO-AFRICAN PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION''

Mary Amanda Nwagbo OPEN TEXT

9. A REVIEW OF PROF KANU'S ''IGWEBUIKE PHILOSOPHY AND HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATION IN AFRICA''

Benson Peter Irabor OPEN TEXT

10. A REVIEW OF PROF KANU'S ''IGWEBUIKE AND THE QUESTION OF SUPERIORITY OF THE SCIENTIFIC COMMUNITY OF KNOWLEDGE''

Jude Ifeanyi Onebunne OPEN TEXT

AMAMIHE Volume 15

AMAMIHE Vol. 15. No. 1

1. THE HUMAN PERSON IN YORUBA CULTURE AND PHILOSOPHY

Ikechukwu Anthony Kanu, Immaculata Olu Omojola, Mike Boni Bazza OPEN TEXT

2. IGWEBUIKE AND SHIKROT CULTURAL PHILOSOPHIES OF COMMUNICATION: A CRITICAL INVESTIGATION

Justine John Dyikuk OPEN TEXT

3. LA REPRESENTATION DE LA RELIGIEUSE DANS ANNA POURQUOI DE PAN BOUYOUCA

Mary Linda Vivian Onuoha OPEN TEXT

4. THE HERMENEUTICS OF AGBAA NDU, EKEKOTA NDU: AN IGWEBUIKE APPROACH

Anselm C. ONUORAH OPEN TEXT

5. IGWEBUIKE PHILOSOPHY AND TRUTH-CLAIM IN AFRICAN EPISTEMOLOGY

Ndubusi J. O. Ejikemeuwa OPEN TEXT

6. COMMUNICATION IN IGWEBUIKE AND TRADO-RURAL MEDIA: A CRITICAL EVALUATION

Justine John Dyikuk OPEN TEXT

7. IGWEBUIKE PHILOSOPHY, NATIVE PASTORATE PROGRAMME AND CONTEMPORARY NEO-COLONIALISM

Kanayo Nwadialor OPEN TEXT

8. IGWEBUIKE AND AFRICAN COMMUNALISM

Dokpesi Timothy Adidi OPEN TEXT

9. IKECHUKWU ANTHONY KANU, OSA: THE BOHEMIAN PROFESSOR OF IGWEBUIKE PHILOSOPHY, WHO OPPOSES DISCONTINUITY

Zabbey .B. Anthony OPEN TEXT

10. AMADIOHA AND CHRIST IN IGBO TRADITIONAL RELIGION

Ikechukwu Anthony Kanu OPEN TEXT

AMAMIHE Volume 14

AMAMIHE Vol. 14. No. 1

1. EXTRA RELIGIO-METAPHYSICAL CONCEPT OF FREEDOM AND NECESSITY IN DAVID HUME

Ikechukwu Anthony Kanu OPEN TEXT

2. IGWEBUIKE: AN AFRICAN EXPRESSION OF COMMUNITY LIFE AMONG RELIGIOUS INSTITUTES

Immaculata Olu Omojola OPEN TEXT

3. A THEOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE ON ECOLOGICAL DEGRADATION IN AFRICA: AN IGWEBUIKE THEOLOGICAL APPROACH

Steve Orseer Akullah OPEN TEXT

4. IGWEBUIKE AND THE PAULINE THEOLOGY OF COLLABORATION IN MISSION

Gesila Nneka Uzukwu OPEN TEXT

5. IGWEBUIKE PHILOSOPHY AND UJAMAA

Samuel Ifeanyi ALIBA OPEN TEXT

6. THE IGWEBUIKE PHILOSOPHER AND SOCIETY: A PORTRAIT OF PROFESSOR KANU IKECHUKWU ANTHONY, O.S.A

Gabriel Tumba OPEN TEXT

7. IGWEBUIKE AND ABRAHAM?S MODEL OF DIALOGUE IN GENESIS 13:5-9

Chukwunonso Egbedike OPEN TEXT

8. A REVIEW OF KANU'S ''IGWEBUIKE AS THE CONSUMATE FOUNDATION OF AFRICAN BIOETHICAL PRINCIPLES''

Jude Ifeanyi Onebunne OPEN TEXT

9. A REVIEW OF KANU'S ''IGWEBUIKE AS A COMPLEMENTARY APPROACH TO THE ISSUE OF GIRL-CHILD EDUCATION''

Nnennia Chibuzo ACHOR OPEN TEXT

10. A REVIEW OF ''HALF CHRISTIAN HALF PAGAN: THE DILEMMA OF THE NIGERIAN CHRISTIAN''

Ikechukwu Anthony Kanu OPEN TEXT

AMAMIHE Volume 13

AMAMIHE Vol. 13. No. 1

1. PERSONAL IDENTITY: THEOLOGICAL AND PHILOSOPHICAL PERSPECTIVES

Ikechukwu Anthony Kanu OPEN TEXT

2. IGWEBUIKE PHILOSOPHY AND HUMAN INTERSUBJECTIVITY

Dozie Iwuh OPEN TEXT

3. PAN-AFRICANISM AND THE PHILOSOPHY OF IGWEBUIKE

Eugene Anowai OPEN TEXT

4. AN EXISTENTIAL DISCOURSE ON PROFESSOR IKECHUKWU ANTHONY KANU

Ndubusi J. O. Ejikemeuwa OPEN TEXT

5. AN IGWEBUIKE PERSPECTIVE OF CIVIL AND CANON LAW

Emeka Stanley IGBOECHESI OPEN TEXT

6. IGWEBUIKE PHILOSOPHY IN ELECHI AMADI'S THE CONCUBINE

Mary Linda Vivian Onuoha OPEN TEXT

7. GENDER AND GOOD GOVERNANCE IN JOHN LOCKE: RELIGIOUS AND POLITICAL PERSPECTIVES

Ikechukwu Anthony Kanu OPEN TEXT

8. A REVIEW OF KANU'S ''IGWEBUIKE AND THE LOGIC (NKA) OF AFRICAN PHILOSOPHY''

Philip Adah Idachaba OPEN TEXT

9. A REVIEW OF KANU'S ''IGWEBUIKE AS A WHOLISTIC RESPONSE TO THE PROBLEM OF EVIL AND HUMAN SUFFERING''

James Nnoruga OPEN TEXT

10. A REVIEW OF KANU'S ''AMADIOHA AS A PREFIGURATION OF CHRIST IN IGBO TRADITIONAL RELIGION: IGWEBUIKE AND THE MISSIONARY MISSING LINK''

Kanayo Nwadialor OPEN TEXT

AMAMIHE Volume 12

AMAMIHE Vol. 12. No. 1

1. LOCKE'S AGNOSTICISM OF SUBSTANCE AND ORTHODOX CHRISTIAN FAITH

Ikechukwu Anthony Kanu OPEN TEXT

2. 'IGWEBUIKE' PHILOSOPHY VIS-A-VIS RELIGIO-CULTURAL ACTIVITIES OF THE YORUBA

Immaculata Olu Omojola OPEN TEXT

3. IGWEBUIKE PHILOSOPHY VIS-A-VIS MUTUAL RELATIONS BETWEEN DIOCESAN PRIESTS AND CONSECRATED PERSONS

Samuel Ifeanyi Aliba OPEN TEXT

4. REHAB IN THE CONQUEST STORY OF JOSHUA AS A MANIFESTATION OF IGWEBUIKE THEOLOGY: A NARRATIVE ANALYSIS OF JOSHUA 2

Malachy Udochukwu Theophilus OPEN TEXT

5. IGWEBUIKE PHILOSOPHY VIS-A-VIS ETHNIC AND RELIGIOUS CLEANSING IN NIGERIA

Chukwunonso Egbedike OPEN TEXT

6. IGWEBUIKE PHILOSOPHY AND THE DREAD OF DIVERSITY

Charles Chinazaekpere Uwaezuoke OPEN TEXT

7. IGWEBUIKE PHILOSOPHY AND HUMAN SUFFERING

Mike Boni Bazza OPEN TEXT

8. ANGLICAN CHURCH MEN, DESCARTES AND JOHN LOCKE ON INNATE IDEAS: RELIGION AND PHILOSOPHY IN DIALOGUE

Ikechukwu Anthony Kanu OPEN TEXT

9. A REVIEW OF KANU'S "IGWEBUIKE AS AN IGBO-AFRICAN HERMENEUTIC OF GLOBALIZATION"

Amos Ameh Ichaba OPEN TEXT

10. A REVIEW OF KANU'S ''IGWEBUIKE AND THE LOGIC (NKA) OF AFRICAN PHILOSOPHY''

Philip Adah Idachaba OPEN TEXT

AMAMIHE Volume 11

AMAMIHE Vol. 11. No. 1

1. FROM RELIGIOUS/TRADITIONAL EPISTEMOLOGY TO LOCKEAN NATURALIZED EPISTEMOLOGY

Ikechukwu Anthony Kanu OPEN TEXT

2. IGWEBUIKE: A FUNDAMENTAL APPROACH TO AFRICAN PHILOSOPHY

Jude Ifeanyi Onebunne OPEN TEXT

3. IGWEBUIKE AND POLARITY OF PHILOSOPHY OF LAW

Paul T. Haaga OPEN TEXT

4. IGWEBUIKE AND AFRICAN LOGIC

Ndubusi J. O. Ejikemeuwa OPEN TEXT

5. IGWEBUIKE AND THE RIGHT OF INHERITANCE IN AFRICA

Mary Winifred Gloria Eche OPEN TEXT

6. ARISTOTLE ON FRIENDSHIP VIS-A-VIS IGWEBUIKE PHILOSOPHY

Dozie Iwuh OPEN TEXT

7. IGWEBUIKE AND BEAUTY IN AFRICAN PHILOSOPHY

Peace Osaghae OPEN TEXT

8. IGWUBUIKE AND THE UNIFICATION OF ANCIENT COSMOLOGIES

Hilary Ugwu OPEN TEXT

9. IGWEBUIKE PHILOSOPHY AND CONFLICT RESOLUTION

Valentine Emeka Alalama OPEN TEXT

10. THEOLOGICAL, PHILOSOPHICAL AND AFRICAN PERSPECTIVES ON SUBSTANCE

Ikechukwu Anthony Kanu OPEN TEXT

AMAMIHE Volume 10

AMAMIHE Vol. 10. No. 1

1. IGWEBUIKE AND BELONGINGNESS

Jude Ifeanyi Onebunne OPEN TEXT

2. BEING QUA BELONGINGNESS: TOWARDS AN AFRICAN CULTURAL REDEFINITION

Ikechukwu Anthony Kanu OPEN TEXT

3. IGWEBUIKE PHILOSOPHY AND HUMAN SUFFERING

Clement Joachim Agu OPEN TEXT

4. IGWEBUIKE PERSPECTIVE ON TRADITIONAL METHOD OF CONFLICT RESOLUTION AND THE SACRAMENT OF RECONCILIATION

Francis Iwuh OPEN TEXT

5. GENETIC ENGINEERING AND THE QUEST FOR A PERFECT SOCIETY: RELIGION AND SCIENCE IN DIALOGUE

Ikechukwu Anthony Kanu OPEN TEXT

6. AN IGWEBUIKE PERSPECTIVE OF HUMAN ACTION

Dozie Iwuh OPEN TEXT

7. IGWEBUIKE PHILOSOPHY AND THE BOKO HARAM MENACE

Mike Boni Bazza OPEN TEXT

8. IGWEBUIKE PHILOSOPHY VIS-A-VIS NATIONAL AND ETHNIC PARTICULARISMS IN AFRICA

Raphael Akhijemen Idialu OPEN TEXT

9. DOCTRINE OF THE BLESSED TRINITY AND IGWEBUIKE PHILOSOPHY

Charles Chukwuebuka Ugonwafor OPEN TEXT

10. IGWEBUIKE AND RELIGIOUS PLURALISM

Chukwunonso Egbedike OPEN TEXT

AMAMIHE Volume 9

AMAMIHE Vol. 9. No. 1

1. IGWEBUIKE: EPISTEMOLOGICAL CONSIDERATIONS

Bonaventure Chike Anetoh OPEN TEXT

2. ZIKIAM: TOWARDS AN INDIGENOUS IDEOLOGY FOR POLITICAL REGENERATION IN AFRICA

Ikechukwu Anthony Kanu OPEN TEXT

3. IGWEBUIKE PHILOSOPHY METHODOLOGY

Jude Ifeanyi Onebunne OPEN TEXT

4. IGWEBUIKE HERMENEUTICS OF H. L. A. HART'S THEORY OF LAW

Paul T. Haaga OPEN TEXT

5. TRANSMODERNITY AND IGWEBUIKE PHILOSOPHY

Philip Adah Idachaba OPEN TEXT

6. IGWEBUIKE AND RELATIVISM

Ndubusi J. O. Ejikemeuwa, Vincent Gerald Onwudinjo OPEN TEXT

7. IGWEBUIKE AND RELIGIOUS CHANGE

James Nnoruga OPEN TEXT

8. IGWEBUIKE: TOWARDS A PHILOSOPHY OF INTERSUBJECTIVITY

Ekene Michael Mokwenye OPEN TEXT

9. NIGERIA AND LEADERSHIP AND GOOD GOVERNANCE: IGWEBUIKE PERSPECTIVES

Peter Emmanuel OGBAKI OPEN TEXT

10. AFRICAN AND WESTERN PERSPECTIVES ON "BEING" IN METAPHYSICS

Ikechukwu Anthony Kanu OPEN TEXT

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