Volume 4 No. 2

CONTENTS

1. KANT’S CATEGORICAL IMPERATIVE: A PANACEA FOR POLITICS OF ETHNICITY IN NIGERIA 1 – 14 Ejeh Paulinus Chikwado, PhD

2. TOWARDS OVERCOMING ETHNICITY IN NIGERIA FOR NATIONAL INTEGRATION: LESSONS FROM KARL POPPER’S THOUGHTS ON TRIBALISM 15 – 27 Oliver Tersoo Agundu,Ph.D

3. LAW AND SOCIAL IN ISRAEL: AN IMPLICATION FOR THE NIGERIAN SOCIETY 28 - 3 Chukwuezi Elizabeth PhD and Agoha Emmanuel C. PhD

4. ENHANCEMENT OF THE TEACHING OF RELIGIOUS STUDIES: A
METHODOLOGICAL APPROACH
37 - 47 Nzeh Atracta Adaeze, Ph.D, Duruji Simeon U., Ph.D and Kokey Grace C., Ph.D

5. CONFUCIAN ETHICS: THE QUINTESSENTIALITY OF LEADERSHIP 48 - 61 Tughhemba, Terfa Nicholas PhD

6. THE DEPRIVATION THEORY OF RELIGIOUS CHANGE IN IGBO LAND: A CASE OF CONVERSION OR ADHESION 62 - 73 Nnoruga James Ph.D

7. A PHILOSOPICAL REVIEW ON ETHICAL RELATIVISM 74 - 81 Evaristus C. Obioha, Ph.D

8. VIOLATION OF SOCIAL CONTRACTS: AN IMPEDIMENT TO NATIONAL INTEGRATION IN NIGERIA 82 - 98 Cyril Emeka Ejike

9.CHRISTIANS INVOLVEMENT IN POLITICS AND GOVERNANCE: A SINE QUA NON FOR AFRICA’S DEVELOPMENT 99 - 108 Dr. Clara M. Austin Iwuoha

10. THE INFLUENCE OF RELIGION IN NIGERIA’S FOREIGN
POLICY MAKING
109 - 120 Roseline Uchenna Okeke, Ph.D

11. SOCIAL MEDIA AND THE CONTEMPORARY PHILOSOPHICAL
DEBATE
121 - 132 Bartholomew Nnaemedo

12. ANTHROPOLOGY OF IFA: A STUDY OF TRADITIONAL EPISTEMOLOGY, ETHICS AND WISDOM 133 - 140 Paul-Kolade Tubi, PhD,

13. LAW AS IDENTITY 141 – 149
OKOLI, Hilary Chukwuduruo

14. IMMORALITIES AMONG CHRISTIANS: CHRISTIAN CUM TRADITIONAL VALUES AND MORAL EDUCATION AS THE PANACEA 150 – 164 Obichukwu Kelvin Ogbonna, Okafor Emmanuel Ikenna and Okoro Rosemary Ngozi