Vol. 4 No 1

CONTENTS

1. AN INQUIRY INTO THE CONCEPT AND NATURE OF GLOBALIZATION 1 - 13 Linus Oluchukwu Akudolu, PHD

2. ANTI-CORRUPTION CAMPAIGN IN NIGERIA: ANALYZING THE DIMENSION OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH’S SOCIAL TEACHINGS 14 - 25 EDEMA, Philip Akporduado Ph.D. and NWAKA, Jacinta Chiamaka Ph.D

3. LOW LEVEL CORRUPTION IN NIGERIAN SOCIETY: A CRITICAL INVESTIGATION 26 - 40 Chinweuba, Gregory Emeka (Ph.D)

4. REINCARNATION IN IGBO ONTOLOGY: A SOCIO-METAPHYSICAL
RECONSIDERATION
41 - 56 Ani Stephen Nnamdi, PhD

5. ONLINE NEWS PLATFORMS AND ETHICAL FLUX IN JOURNALISM PRACTICE IN NIGERIA: LEGISLATIVE AND REGULATORY IMPERATIVES 57 - 68 Collins Obiorah and Agbo Rachel N.

6. AN ETHICAL CRITIQUE OF THE TECHNOLOGICAL WORLD CONUNDRUM:
TOWARDS A HUMANISTIC PERSPECTIVE FORMS?
69 - 75 Shenge, Imoter Mark

7. ARE HUMAN EMBRYOS LIFE 76 - 86
Evaristus C. Obioha, PhD and Nwabueze Nwokocha Moses

8. RETHINKING UTILITARIANISM AND PUBLIC POICY: IMPICATIONS FOR NIGERIA 87 - 99 Jude Chinweuba Asike, Ph.D. and Prof. Andrew Efemini

9. THE RATIONALIST-EMPIRICIST EPISTEMIC DISPUTE AND KANT'S RESPONSE: A CRITICAL EXAMINATION 100 - 110 Daniel Aseer Kwaghgande

10. AN EXPLORATION OF THE REALIST AND OBJECTIVIST THEORIES OF AESTHETICS 111 - 120 Edward Uzoma Ezedike, PhD and ThankGod B. Amadi

11. HISTORICAL ANALYSIS OF THE IMPACT OF SECRET SOCIETIES’ ACTIVITIES IN NIGERIA (1952-2017) 121 - 137 Dr. Ifeanyichukwu, Eugene Obiefule

12. TACKLING THE MENACE OF INSECURITY IN NIGERIA: A PHILOSOPHICAL EXAMINATION 138 –150 Ntui, Victor Ntui. Ph.D