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THEISM AND THE PROBLEM OF EVIL: A CRITICAL STUDY

CHAPTER ONE 1.0 INTRODUCTION The idea of God and the problem of evil is one of the most controversial themes in philosophy. Various arguments have been advanced down the ages by philosophers and theologians on this very problem of Evil and God and there has been no definite answer to this problem. The theist gave reasons why evil persist in the world created by a loving God, who they also believed... Continue Reading »

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PHILOSOPHICAL EVALUATION OF WALTER RODNEY’S CONCEPT OF DEVELOPMENT

ABSTRACT The concept of Development falls under the Anthropological part of Philosophy, but in recent times, it is attracting scholarly discussions which demands Philosophical evaluation. Taking into consideration, the attributes of development which includes: ontological, cultural, social and psychological integration, many scholars from different fields of study have contributed, but none has gi... Continue Reading »

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DESIGN OF YOUTH EMPOWERMENT CENTRE AT KACHIA IN KACHIA KACHIA LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF KADUNA STATE

CHAPTER ONE Introduction 1.1 The background of study According to available statistics from website, Nigeria is the most populous country in Africa with one of the largest population of youths in the world of about 33 millions (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Youth_in_Nigeria). With this population, it will be right to assume that Nigeria has a future as a great nation giving the fact that the youth... Continue Reading »

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THOMAS AQUINAS’ NATURAL LAW THEORY: A STANDARD FOR HUMAN POSITIVE LAW.

CHAPTER ONE GENERAL INTRODUCTION The concept of natural law occupies a central position in the moral theory of Thomas Aquinas. Thomas Aquinas’ treatise on natural law is contained in the first part of the second part of his Summa Theologica where he treated Law. To be precise, he dedicated question ninety four of the said book to it (the natural law). The Ethics of Thomas Aquinas closely fol... Continue Reading »

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THE THEORY OF ARTS AND AESTHETICS, A REALITY TO CONTEMPORARY SOCIETY: KANTIAN APPROACH

BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY Aesthetics is a subset of philosophy that looks at the nature of art and our experience of it. It appeared in the course of the eighteen century in Europe and advanced in England as philosophers grouped together such fields as poetry, sculpture, music, and dance. They classified all the arts into one category and called them les beaux arts or the fine arts. (Severyn) Philos... Continue Reading »

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PLATONIC-ARISTOTELIAN NOTION OF MAN [A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS]

GENERAL INTRODUCTION Right down the years past, the search and enquiry into the very nature of man, “What is man? Has remained both central and elusive to philosophers. In one of such searches, Socrates confessed this. “I cannot as yet know myself.” Heidegger considers it as a gateway toward understanding other realities. The considerations of philosophers as to what man really i... Continue Reading »

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TIME SERIES ANALYSIS OF SALES OF PETROLEUM PRODUCTS IN NIGERIA (1988-2011) (A CASE STUDY OF SALES OF FUEL AT BALEWA FUEL SATION, OSHOGBO, SATE OF OSU...

CHAPTER ONE 1.0 Introduction Are we not often at times shocked by the discovery that what we thought was certain is later proved dubious and false? If this be a regular occurrence, is it not the case that we may become suspicious of all claims to certainty? But then, the history of human opinion rightly forms the most fertile source material for the development of any theory of knowledge. Yet, no ... Continue Reading »

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A CRITIQUE OF ROBERT NOZICK’S POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY

ABSTRACT This paper critically examines Robert Nozick’s political philosophy contained in his book, Anarchy, State, and Utopia. The main purpose of Anarchy, State, and Utopia. According to Nozick, is to show that the minimal state is morally justified. By “minimal state” Nozick means a state that functions essentially as a “night watchman” with powers limited to those... Continue Reading »

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AN EXAMINATION OF DAVID THOREAU’S MODERNIST UNDERSTANDING OF MUSIC

ABSTRACT An often cited definition of music is that it is an “organized sound”. Most contemporary music are often associated with loss of vitality, soul and ability to evoke emotions and aesthetic experience. The study investigates David Thoreau’s modernist understanding of music with the aim of identifying whether his concept of music differs immensely from the conventional understanding of... Continue Reading »

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THE CIVIL STATE IN JOHN LOCKE’S POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY: ITS RELEVANCE TO NIGERIAN DEMOCRACY

CHAPTER ONE 1.0 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY 1.1 General Introduction John Locke was born on August 29, 1632 in Warrington, Somerset. His father, John Locke senior, was a lawyer and a small land owner. The family had a puritan and a parliamentary background. He studied at the famous Christ Church, Oxford. He studied sciences, especially medicine under Sir Robert Boyle and was later admitted into the ho... Continue Reading »

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THE MORAL DECADENCE IN NIETZSCHE’S PHILOSOPHICAL WRITINGS (A CRITICAL APPROACH)

CHAPTER ONE THE NOTION OF MORALITY 1.1 The Exact Definition of Morality In making moral choices, the morality of one’s actions does not depend entirely on the sincerity of the intention or the evaluation of the motives, but it must be determined according to objective criteria drawn from the nature of the person and his acts. – Pope John Paul II to a medical Moral Workshop, January 20,... Continue Reading »

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PSYCHOLOGY OF GENIUS IN ARTHUR SCHOPENHAUER

CHAPTER ONE 1.0 GENERAL INTRODUCTION 1.1 INTRODUCTION: In the evolutionary system, advancement in the human world was as a result of the urge to satisfy the immediate needs of man and even more. Every organism is essentially endowed with its means of livelihood. So, nature has done so well to provide animals with their own means of attack, nutrition, defence and every means of survival. Hitherto, ... Continue Reading »

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THOU RELATIONSHIP IN GABRIEL MARCEL: AN EXISTENTIALIST ANALYSIS

CHAPTER ONE 1.0 INTRODUCTION Life is a Mystery and not a problem; it is never an existential puzzle to human mind. In allowing man to partake in this mysterious nature of life whose effects or manifestations are familiar to all, man ought to participate in a mutual relationship with the other, thereby respecting and preserving life. In other words, to live a meaningful and authentic existence, one... Continue Reading »

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MODERN BIOTECHNOLOGY AND DIGINITY OF HUMAN LIFE; AN ETHICAL ANALYSIS

CHAPTER ONE 1.1. GENERAL INTRODUCTION With the Becconian dictum ‘knowledge is power”, scientist have gone the extra mile on how to improve the environmental condition and then revamp the quality of human life. Now, we witness a great and extraordinary progress in Bio technological sciences and medicine. This great advancement in medicine and biotechnological sciences has given human be... Continue Reading »

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AN EVALUATION OF JOHN LOCKE'S NOTION OF IDEAS

ABSTRACT This research critically evaluated John Locke’s notion of ideas and his rejection of innate ideas as a source of knowledge. This research attempted to reveal and unravel the thoughts of John Locke in his empirical conception of knowledge. It analyzed his notion of simple and complex ideas and his conception that knowledge can only be acquired through sensation and reflection. The end in... Continue Reading »

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THE ART OF NATURAL FAMILY PLANNING IN THE LIGHT OF JOHN F. KIPPLEY (A PHILOSOPHICAL APPROACH)

GENERAL INTRODUCTION STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM There is this popular perception that population growth impedes economic development and induces poverty; that it means increased infant and maternal death rates, and that it leads to environmental degradation and depletion of resources. Certainly, there are problems with poverty, poor health and overcrowding in some regions of the world; but could we ... Continue Reading »

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A CRITIQUE OF KARL MARX’S NOTION OF ALIENATION

TABLE OF CONTENTS Title page i Declaration ii Certification iii Dedication iv Acknowledgement v Table of Contents vi Abstract viii CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of Study 1 1.2 Statement of the Research Problem 3 1.3 Objectives of the Study 3 1.4 Justification of the Study 4 1.5 Methods of the Study 4 1.6 Scope of the Study 4 1.7 Clarification of Key Terms 5 1.8 Organisation of the Study... Continue Reading »

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MORAL JUSTIFICATION OF THE STATE INTERFERENCE WITH THE RIGHTS AND LIBERTIES OF THE CITIZENS

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY In the history of political philosophy there have been different views as to what relationship should exist between the citizens and the state in terms of state’s powers, authority compared to individual rights and liberties. An exponent of totalitarianism for example would want to argue that states authority and powers superceded the libertie... Continue Reading »

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A MARXIAN CRITIQUE OF CAPITALISM: A CONTEMPORARY APPROACH

ABSTRACTThis project is intended to expose the nature as capitalism as well as its merits and demerits. An exposure of the Marxian critique of the capitalist system and how marx pressed for the replacement of the system with the inauguration of communism through socialism shall then be explicated. It should be noted that according to marx, the only was to attain this goal is through a mass revolt ... Continue Reading »

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AN EVALUATION OF KARL MARX’S IDEA OF CAPITALISM

ABSTRACT The history of man shows that people came together at a point in time to form society. The reason for this is for human beings to have a peaceful co existence, society therefore is a human creation. How can a society be adjudged as just? These are question yearning for answers and a great concern for political philosophers. The idea of capitalism has it’s origin in the west and it i... Continue Reading »

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