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

CHAPTER ONE 1.0 INTRODUCTION 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 An exponent of totalitarianism for example would want to argue that states authority and powers superceded the liberties and right of the citiz... Continue Reading »

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SOCIAL JUSTICE IN JOHN RAWLS AND THE CONDITION OF THE POOR IN THE CAPITALIST SOCIETY: A CRITICAL EVALUATION .

Abstract: This thesis is designed to make a critical evaluation of John Rawls’ approach to social justice (distributive Justice), especially as he in his books, A Theory of Justice, that there is inequality in the society and anything that will worsen the already bad condition of the poor. The pervesion of justice in the society both in political and economic sectors has resulted in existenc... Continue Reading »

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A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF AKAN AND YORUBA CONCEPTION OF A PERSON

Abstract The concept of a person held by a group of people is fundamental in understanding not only how a person within such framework of thought views himself but also how other matters such as the idea of being, morality, knowledge and truth that are essential for the ordering of the society are viewed. This is emphasized by the fact that such a concept encapsulates the role the society expects ... Continue Reading »

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COLONIALISM, VIOLENCE AND EMANCIPATION IN FRANTZ FANON: A CRITICAL APPRAISAL

ABSTRACT Colonialism in Fanon’s perception is violent in nature. Colonialism is violence in the sense that it took a violent process to invade and subdue Africa. It destroyed as Fanon observed, African socio political, psychological, cultural and economic structures. Injustice which is also a dominant feature of colonialism is seen in the exploitative relationship that existed between the na... Continue Reading »

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IMPACT OF SELF CONCEPT AND BODY DISSATISFACTION ON STUDENTS FEAR OF NEGATIVE EVALUATION

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Watson and Friend (1969) defined fear of negative evaluation as apprehension about others’ evaluation, distress over their negative evaluation, and the expectation that others would evaluate oneself negatively. Carleton et al, (2006) defined fear of negative evaluation as the apprehension and distress arising from concern about being judged despairingly or hostilely ... Continue Reading »

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A CRITIQUE OF WIREDU’S CONCEPT OF TRUTH

ABSTRACT Wiredu’s recent significant contribution to epistemology reviews the relationship between knowledge, truth and existence. In this theory Kwasi Wiredu attempts to refute the supposition that truth is a relation the supposition that truth is a relation between statements about the world and the world itself. He argues against objectivist claims to knowledge i.e, that knowledge is of a... 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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HANNAH ARENDT ON VIOLENCE VIS-À-VIS THE QUEST FOR POLITICAL POWER THROUGH VIOLENCE IN NIGERIA

CHAPTER ONE GENERAL INTRODUCTION 1.1 STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM While trying to echo Max Weber’s definition of state, C.W Mills categorically defined politics as a struggle for power and the ultimate form of power is violence.[1] This equation of power and violence seems to corroborate the earlier postulations of the Chinese dictator Mao Tse tung that power grows out of barrel of gun.[2] The a... Continue Reading »

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CLASS STRUGGLE (A CASE STUDY OF FESTUS IYAYI’S VIOLENCE AND ANIMATA SOW FALL’S THE BEGGARS’ STRIKE)

ABSTRACT The Concept of Class struggle describes the constant conflict among the existing strata in every society. The purpose of this academic research is to explore the meaning and important of class struggle in the context of the selected texts. The theoretical framework for this research is the Marxist Leninist theory, which could be simply summarized as the reaction of the exploited to get ri... Continue Reading »

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A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THOMAS HOBBES’S SOCIAL CONTRACT WITH JOHN LOCKE’S SOCIAL CONTRACT IN THEIR POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY

CHAPTER ONE 1.0 GENERAL INTRODUCTION 1.1 PURPOSE OF THE STUDY Across the century, the social contract theory, nearly as old as philosophy itself, has been used and employed by many philosophers. Thinkers like Thomas Hobbes, John Locke, and Jean Jacques Rousseau. John Rawls and Jeremy Bentham have employed it in different ways. This implies that the way the social contract theory is understood diff... Continue Reading »

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A PHILOSOPHICAL CRITIQUE OF KARL MARX’S CONCEPTION OF RELIGION

TABLE OF CONTENTS Title Page i Certification ii Dedication iiiAcknowledgements ivTable of Contents viAbstract viiiCHAPTER ONE: Introduction Background to the Study 1Statement of the Problem 2Purpose of the Study 2Significance of the Study 3Scope of the Study 3Method of the Study 4Literature Review 4Endnotes 6CHAPTER TWO: Biography of Karl Marx A Brief History of Karl Marx 8Influences on Karl Marx ... Continue Reading »

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THE EFFECT OF MOSQUITO ON MAN: A CASE STUDY OF SOME SELECTED AREAS IN OVIA NORT EAST LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF EDO STATE

ABSTRACT The significance and effects of mosquito on man can never be overemphasized. No human being or other primates can live without good health, as the “adage” says that health is wealth. The aim of this study is to find out or reveal the effect of mosquito on man. It is also to create awareness to the society on the danger of mosquito, especially Ovia North East local government a... 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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JOHN LOCKE’S THEORY OF PERCEPTION

INTRODUCTION The primary purpose of this essay is to critically examine Locke’s theory of perception. This theory of perception is more like a theory of knowledge in which sense experience is the true source as opposed to reason. It is derived from the branch of philosophy called ‘epistemology’ which originated from the Greek word ‘episteme’ meaning knowledge. Knowled... 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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ARISTOTELIAN CONCEPT OF GOOD GOVERNMENT

ABSTRACT Albert Einstein, in a letter to a Rumanian friend Maurice Solvine from Princeton U.S.A. on April 10, 1938, says: “A fashion rule each age, without most people being able to see the tyrants that rule them” Although man as Aristotle opines is a political animal who desires and longs to live in a community with his species, he is the best of all the animals that rule and guided b... 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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A CRITIQUE OF WIREDU’S CONCEPT OF TRUTH

ABSTRACT Wiredu’s recent significant contribution to epistemology reviews the relationship between knowledge, truth and existence. In this theory Kwasi Wiredu attempts to refute the supposition that truth is a relation the supposition that truth is a relation between statements about the world and the world itself. He argues against objectivist claims to knowledge i.e, that knowledge is of a... 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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AESTHETICS OF RESISTANCE IN TANURE OJAIDE’S THE ACTIVIST AND HELON HABILA’S WAITING FOR AN ANGEL

CHAPTER ONE 1.0 GENERAL INTRODUCTION …art has a purpose. I believe in the social status of art…it must be used to advance the cause of humanity… I believe that if art has any sake at all, it is humanity…I am a humanist. The content is as important as the work. A work of art is not a technical jargon…A container without content is empty. As concerned committed artist, the basis of all art... Continue Reading »

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