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 20

AMAMIHE Vol. 20. No. 1 AMAMIHE Vol. 20. No. 2

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 AMAMIHE Vol. 19. No. 3 AMAMIHE Vol. 19. No. 4

1. DISCIPLINE AND PUNISHMENT IN SCHOOLS: A PHILOSOPHICAL APPRAISAL

Adekunle A. Ibrahim, Ph.D & Philomena A. Ojomo, Ph.D OPEN TEXT

2. PEIRCE'S FALLIBILISM: A THEMATIC ANALYSIS AND THE REVISITATION OF THE ORIGINS OF FALLIBILISM

OKWENNA, Chysogonus M. OPEN TEXT

3. THE PRAGMATIST THEORY OF TRUTH AS EPISTEMIC FOUNDATIONS FOR ACTION

Fidelis Chuka Aghamelu Ph.D & Anthony Chikaeme Onwuliri & Emmanuel Chuks Ogbolu OPEN TEXT

4. THE TRINITY OF THOUGHT IN CARTESIAN RATIONALISM

Benedict Michael PhD & Abraham A Adi OPEN TEXT

5. LESSONS FROM ACHEBE'S THERE WAS A COUNTRY: A PHILOSOPHICAL REVIEW

M. S. C. Okolo OPEN TEXT

6. RELIGION AND THE RAYS OF HOPE IN THE POST COVID-19 REGIME

Vincent Stephen KABUK, PhD & Linus Anan Peter UMARU, PhD & Luka Fun TANKO OPEN TEXT

7. CRITIQUE OF FRIEDRICH NIETZSCHE'S TRANSVALUATION OF VALUES

USMAN, Salaudin, PhD & Benedict Michael. PhD OPEN TEXT

8. AKPABIOISM AS A SOCIO-POLITICAL THEORY AND CONTEMPORARY MACHIAVELLIANISM

Nkereuwem D. Ekpo OPEN TEXT

9. OGWUEGO: MONEY-MAKING RITUAL IN IGBO ETHNOLOGY

Chika J. B. Gabriel Okpalike & Kennedy Darlington Ugah OPEN TEXT

10. TRADITIONAL AFRICAN METAPHYSICS AND EMPIRICAL SCIENCE: ANY RELATIONSHIP?

Amodu, Salisu Ameh & Chike A Ezenwa, PhD OPEN TEXT

11. THE METAPHYSICAL PROBLEM OF UNITY AND DIVERSITY AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR NATIONAL UNITY

Joseph Aye OPEN TEXT

12. PENTECOSTALISM AND THE CHANGING PATTERN OF IGBO CULTURAL LIFE: A STUDY IN SOUTHEAST NIGERIA

Onyeka Egwuonwu OPEN TEXT

13. AN APPRAISAL OF LEFKOWTZ'S NOTION OF MORAL OBLIGATION TO OBEY THE LAW

Hilary Chimezie Ngwoke & Anayochukwu Kingsley Ugwu OPEN TEXT

AMAMIHE Volume 18

AMAMIHE Vol. 18. No. 1 AMAMIHE Vol. 18. No. 2 AMAMIHE Vol. 18. No. 3 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
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All manuscripts must be original (hence, not under consideration anywhere) and submitted to the editor in MS word format via e-mail: ikee_mario@yahoo.com. The entire work can range from two to twenty double-spaced pages with a concise title, abstract, and a standard scholarly citation: do not place page numbers or paper title (on each page) on the manuscript; articles (or parts of articles) in English and French will be considered. All submissions must list the author's current affiliation and contact points (location, e-mail address, etc.). Regarding REFERENCING style, APA is the preferred style. Camera ready manuscripts will receive first preference in the publishing cycle. All manuscripts are peer-reviewed and those approved by the editorial board will be published.

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Review and Publication Process

A full double-blind refereeing process is used that comprises of the following steps.

  • Paper is sent to 2 reviewers for review. The reviewers' recommendations determine whether a paper will be accepted / accepted subject to change / subject to resubmission with significant changes / rejected.
  • For papers which require changes, the same reviewers will be used to ensure that the quality of the revised paper is acceptable.
  • If the paper is accepted by the reviewers, author(s) will be notified to pay the author fee.
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  • One hard copy of the published journal (Print) for each article will be sent to the author/corresponding author. The review process takes maximum two weeks.

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Copyrights for articles published in AJAP are retained by the authors, with first publication rights granted to the journal. The journal/publisher is not responsible for subsequent uses of the work. It is the author's responsibility to bring an infringement action if so desired by the author.

EDITORIAL BOARD

Editor-In-Chief

Prof. Ikechukwu Anthony KANU, O.S.A.

Tansian University Umunya, Anambra State ikee_mario@yahoo.com
info@igwebuikeresearchinstitute.org

BOARD MEMBERS

Dr. Michael Mulvey

Saint Thomas University, Miami, Florida

Dr Uzoechi Nwagbara

University of Sunderland, Dartford, London

Dr Eric Montgomery

Central Michigan University, USA

Dr. Melphon Mayaka

Melbourne Institute of Technology, Australia

Dr. Noelle Arnold

Ohio State University College of Education and Human Ecology, Columbus

Dr. Ejikemeuwa J. O. Ndubuisi

Tansian University, Umunya

Dr. Jude Onebunne

Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka

Dr Ejikeme Okey Peter

Abia State University, Abia

Dr. Charles C, Nweke

Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka

Dr. Anetoh Bonaventure Chike

Tansian University, Umunya

EDITORIAL CONSULTANTS

Prof. Jerome I. Okonkwo

Imo State University, Owerri

Prof. Edmund Ugwu Agbo

International Bio-research University, Italy

Prof. Adeniyi O. R.

Ekiti State University, Ado Ekiti

Prof. Martins Nkafu Nkemnkia

Pontifical Lateran University, Rome

Prof. Tunde Babawale

University of Lagos

Prof. Nkechinyere Nwokoye

Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka

Prof. Innocent Izuchukwu Asouzu

University of Calabar, Calabar

Prof. F.O.C Njoku

University of Nigeria, Nsukka

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