Vol. 4 no 3

CONTENTS

1. PHILOSOPHY AND THE QUESTION OF THE INDISSOLUBILITY OF NIGERIA: ADDRESSING THE CRITICAL ISSUES OF THE NIGERIAN STATE (1 – 12 )
Godwin Okaneme, PhD

2. SOLIPSISM, PRIVATE LANGUAGE, AND THE KNOWLEDGE OF OTHER MINDS: IMPLICATIONS FOR INTERSUBJECTIVITY (13 - 28) Okoro, Charles Kenechukwu

3. THOREAU’S CONCEPT OF CIVIL DISOBEDIENCE AS A PANECEA AGAINST UNJUST STATE IN NIGERIA (29 – 35 ) Dr. Obinna Victor Obiagwu & Donatus Uzoma Okwara

4. NZE NA OZO TITLE IN IGBO CULTURE: A PHILOSOPHICAL REFLECTION ON ITS SIGNIFICANCE IN A CONTEMPORARY SOCIETY (36 – 45 ) Ejikemeuwa J. O. NDUBISI, PhD & Joseph Ejimogu Okere

5. NO HUMAN NATURE, NO OBJECTIVE VALUE: A CRITIQUE OF SARTRE’S EXISTENTIALISM (46 – 57 ) Johnson Ugochukwu Ofoegbu, PhD & Umeadi Kingsley Mario-Bruno Chukwumezierem (Omd)

6. THE FUTURE AND SURVIVAL OF AFRICAN PHILOSOPHY AS
A GENRE
(58–67) Ntui, Victor Ntui, Ph.D.

7. AN EXPLORATION OF PANTALEON IROEGBU’S PEDAGOGY OF NKUZIOLOGY FOR CONTEMPORARY AFRICA (68– 80 ) IRABOR, Benson Peter & OLUFOWOBI, Oludare Okikiola, PhD

8. EDUCATION AND SUSTAINABLE NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT (81 – 88 )
Joseph Ejimogu Okere & Ofoego, Chinyere O.

9. AN APPRAISAL OF MIGRATION AND THE ISSUE OF AFRICAN
IDENTITY
(89 – 97 ) Oludare Gladys Oluwatosin & Owoyemi Deborah Oluwasola

10. HUMAN NATURE IN KARL MARX: A CRITICAL ANALYSIS (98 – 107 )
Okpanachi Elijah Ojochonu, PhD

11. MATTHEW LIPMAN’S PHILOSOPHY OF CATCH THEM YOUNG: AN IMPERATIVE FOR MORAL AND NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA (108 – 118 ) Olubanjo-Olufowobi, Olufunso