Volume 2 No. 2

Volume 2 No. 2

‘UBUNTU’ DIALOGIC ETHICS: TOWARDS A LIBERAL THEORY OF VIRTUE FOR DEVELOPMENT OF COMMON GOOD IN AFRICA (1 – 7)
- Dr. Asike, Jude Chinweuba & Dr. Anwuluorah, Ogugua Patricia

ETHICS AND RELIGION: THE PROSECUTION OF COMPLEMENTARY DEVELOPMENTAL ROLES FOR HUMANITY (8 – 16)- Iheanacho, Ambrose Onyeka, PhD

AN UNETHICAL IGNORANCE OF IGBO ELITES IN IGBO LANGUAGE: A MINUS IN THEIR ACADEMIC QUALIFICATION (17 – 24) - Rich. N. Ekegbo

FROM AFRICAN PHILOSOPHY TO AFRICAN BIOETHICS: ON THE INTERACTION OF STRUCTURES (25 – 31)
- Prof. Kanu, Ikechukwu Anthony & Ejikemeuwa J. O. Ndubisi, PhD

THE DELIMITING ROLE OF ETHICS IN MASS COMMUNICATION: A CRITICAL ANALYSIS (32 – 40) - Bartholomew Nnaemedo, PhD

AN ETHICAL APPRAISAL OF THE “WHISTLE BLOWING” POLICY IN THE NIGERIAN FIGHT AGAINST CORRUPTION (41 – 48) - Sunday Edoh Odum

MORAL ISSUES IN SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH: A STUDY IN THE ETHICS OF GENETIC ENGINEERING (49 – 56) - Anthony Mario Ogbuishi & Vitalis Chukwunonso Ogbo

UNITY, FAITH, PEACE AND PROGRESS (UNIFAPEPROG) AS ETHICAL PRINCIPLE FOR SUSTAINABLE DEMOCRACY IN NIGERIA (57 – 63) - Fidelis, Appolonia Egwu

REASON AND MORALITY IN THE PHILOSOPHY OF THOMAS AQUINAS: A PANACEA TO RELIGIOUS CRISIS IN NIGERIA (64 – 73) - Rev. Fr. Thomas Targuma Akpen Ph.D & Mrs. Patience Nguyilan Anaana

RELEVANCE OF JOHN DEWEY’S PRAGMATISM OF QUALITATIVE EDUCATION IN A DEPRESSED ECONOMY (74 – 86) - Evaristus C. Obioha, PhD & Rev. Fr. Dr. Jude C. Onyeakazi

ETHICAL CONCERNS ON THE SAFETY OF GENETICALLY MODIFIED FOOD
(87 – 93) - Jennifer Emejulu-Okeke PhD

BATTERED FAMILY EXPERIENCE: EXPLORING THE ROLE OF RELIGION ON DOMESTIC VIOLENCE IN NIGERIA (94 – 103) - Terungwa Gideon Tsendzuul, & Atime-Jov, Jones Iorfa