Volume 5 No. 2

CONTENTS

1. ANTHROPO-ARCHAEOLOGICAL COMPARATIVE STUDY OF TRADITIONAL YORUBA AND JEWISH FUNERAL RITES (1 - 10 )
Fr. Paul-Kolade Tubi, Ph.D

2. PHILOSOPHICAL REFLECTIONS ON ETHNIC IDENTITY AND CONSTITUTIONAL REPRESENTATIVE GOVERNANCE IN NIGERIA (11 – 19)
Aborisade Olasunkanmi Ph.D & Oyekunle Oluwayemisi Adegboyega Ph.D

3. “EGBE BERE UGO BERE” AS ILLUSTRATIVE OF THE IGBO CONCEPT OF CO-EXISTENCE AND UNITY IN NIGERIA (20 -28 )
Solomon Chinedu Ekeopara, Ph.D

4. THE PROBLEM OF BEING AND NOTHINGNESS IN JEAN-PAUL SARTRE’S
EPISTEMOLOGY (29 - 35)

Benedict Michael, PhD & Abraham A. Adi

5. DEMOCRACY EXPERIENCE IN AFRICA ( 36 - 44)
Amodu Salisu Ameh & Amabibi Ferdinand, PhD

6. WANYI WUIHE: IN THE LIGHT OF THE IGBO SOCIAL WORLD (45 - 51)
Dr. Dominic N. Obielosi & Mary Emilia Aboekwe

7. ‘TESTIMONY’ AS A PRIMARY SOURCE OF KNOWLEDGE: AN EXAMINATION (52 - 63) Nkereuwem D. Ekpo

8. HUMAN IDENTITY CRISIS AND UNSUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN AFRICA: A CRITICAL STUDY (64 - 73) Evaristus Emeka Isife

9. GHỌTAGHỊ NKE A NA-ESO ESO: IHE GBURU ỤMỤIGBO
(CRISIS OF IDENTITY: THE BANE OF THE IGBO PEOPLE)
(74 -81) Rev. Fr. Rich. N. Ekegbo, Ph.D

10. THE INFLUENCE OF URBANIZATION AND MODERNITY ON NEMBE CULTURE (82 - 92) Osuku Augustina & Ifeanyi J. Okeke (PhD)

11. A PHILOSOPHICAL REVIEW OF HUMANISM TODAY (93 - 102)Evaristus C. Obioha, PhD

12. AN APPLICATION OF ACTS OF THE APOSTLES CHAPTER 6: 1-5 TO THE PLIGHT AND NEGLIGENCE OF WIDOWS IN THE CONTEMPORARY CHURCH (103 - 118) Nwankwor, Joseph Chukwuemerie & Ekenedilichukwu A. Okolo

13. A PHILOSOPHICAL INSIGHT INTO 21 CENTURY FEMINISM: NIGERIAN CONTEXT (119 – 128) Purissima Emelda Egbekpalu, PhD