ONEBUNNE Jude Ifeanyichukwu

ONEBUNNE Jude Ifeanyichukwu

Lecturer

Nnamdi Azikiwe University,Awka

Nigerian

Rev. Fr. Jude Ifeanyichukwu Onebunne is Catholic Priest of Ekwulobia Diocese and a lecturer in the Department of Philosophy, Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka. He obtained his first degrees: (B. Phil.) in Philosophy: Seat of Wisdom, Owerri (Affiliate, Urban University, Rome); (B.D.) in Theology: Seat of Wisdom, Owerri (Affiliate of Urban University, Rome) and (B. A.) in Religious Studies from Imo State University, Owerri. He obtained his Post Graduate Diploma in Psychology (P. G. D. Psy.), Master of Arts (M. A.) degree and PhD in Philosophy where he majored in African Metaphysics from Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka. He is the founder of Students’ Advocacy Against Destructive Attitudes-SAADA (an NGO) and Nnadiebube Research Institute (NRI) which amongst other things publishes Nnadiebube Journals [of Philosophy (NJP), Education in Africa (NJEA), Social Sciences (NJSS), Religion, Culture & Society (NJRCS) and Literature & Languages (NJLL)]. As the Executive Director of NRI and Founding Editor of Nnadiebube Journals, he has contributed greatly to scholarship via his local and international publications. He was the Manager: Holy Child Secondary School, Isuofia (2006-2014), Manger-Principal: St. Mary’s High School, Ifitedunu (2014-2019) and presently the Manager- Principal: Immaculate Conception Int’l College, Umuchukwu and Parish Priest: St. Jude’s Catholic Church, Umuchukwu.


Paper(s) Published on Igwebuike

  1. Igwebuike, Individual Freedom and Responsibility in African Ethics
  2. A Review of Igwebuike as the Consumate Foundation of African Bioethical Principles By Prof. Anthony Ikechukwu Kanu, O.S.A
  3. Igwebuikeology: Kanu Anthony’s Fundamental Approach to African Philosophic Knowledge
  4. A Review of Igwebuike and the Logic (Nka) of African Philosophy by Prof. Anthony Ikechukwu Kanu, O.S.A
  5. Belongingness and Igwebuike: Expanding the African Metaphysics of Effective Communal Relationship
  6. Igwebuike: An African Metaphysics of Communal Strength
  7. A Review of Igwebuike and Being in Igbo Ontology by Prof. Anthony Ikechukwu Kanu, O.S.A
  8. A Review of Igwebuike as an Igbo-African Ethic of Reciprocity by Prof. Anthony Ikechukwu Kanu, O.S.A
  9. Philosophical Appreciation of Igwebuike Methodology
  10. A Review of Igwebuike and the Question of Superiority of the Scientific Community Of Knowledge By Prof. Anthony Ikechukwu Kanu, O.S.A
  11. Review of Kanu’s “Igwebuike Philosophy and the Issue of National Development”
  12. Belongingness as Igwebuike and African Philosophy: A Critical Relationship
  13. Igwebuike Attributes in the Medieval French System: A Review of Charlemagne’S Leadership in “La Chanson De Roland”
  14. Igwebuike: Towards An African Metaphysics of Communal Strength
  15. A Review of Prof. Kanu’s “Igwebuike and Being In Igbo Ontology”
  16. A Review of Prof. Kanu’s “Igwebuike as an Igbo-African Ethic of Reciprocity”
  17. Igwebuike Philosophical Methodology
  18. A Review of Prof Kanu’s “Igwebuike and the Question of Superiority of the Scientific Community of Knowledge”
  19. Igwebuike: A Fundamental Approach to African Philosophy
  20. A Review of Kanu’s “Igwebuike as the Consummate Foundation of African Bioethical Principles”
  21. Igwebuike and Belongingness

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Email: juno.anyi@gmail.com

Personal Website: www.nnadiebube.org

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