Volume One

CONTENTS

1. KANT AND THE PROBLEM OF CORRUPTION IN NIGERIA (1 – 14 )
Sunday Edoh Odum

2, GREED: THE ROOT-CAUSE OF SOCIAL, POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC UNDERDEVELOPMENT OF NIGERIA
Azuakor, Paul Okwuchukwu (15 – 21)

3. JUSTICE IN J. J. ROUSSEAU: A SEARCH FOR A MODEL FOR NIGERIAN DEMOCRACY - (22 – 26)
Ejikemeuwa J. O. NDUBISI

4. THE PHILOSOPHICAL IMPACTS OF THE IONIAN THINKERS - (27 – 39) Bartholomew Nnaemedo

5. ELECTION OF MATTHIAS (ACTS 1: 12-26): LESSONS FOR DEMOCRATIC GOVERNANCE IN NIGERIA - (40 – 48)
A. I. Ezeogamba

6. VALUES AND LEADERSHIP IN NIGERIA - (49 – 56)
Onwudinjo, Vincent Gerald & Uzozie, Bernadette C.

7. A PHILOSOPHICAL STUDY OF THE INTER-RELATEDNESS OF VALUES AND LEADERSHIP IN NIGERIA - (57 – 64)
Obijekwu, Ikechukwu Matthew and Muomah, Ikechukwu Romanus

8. VALUES AND LEADERSHIP IN AFRICA - (65 – 70)
A. N. Maduegbuna

9. RELIGION AND LEADERSHIP IN NIGERIA AS A SECULAR STATE - (71 – 78)
Clara M. Austin Iwuoha

10. RELIGIOUS AND MORAL EDUCATION IN NIGERIA: A COMPLEMENTING SEARCH FOR DEVELOPMENT - (79 – 84)
KANU, Ikechukwu Anthony and Ejikemeuwa J. O. NDUBISI

11. SUPREMACY OF CONSTITUTIONAL LAW AND FRIENDSHIP IN ARISTOTLE: A PANACEA FOR RENAISSANCE IN NIGERIA’S POLITY - (85 – 95)
Anthony Obinna Ezennaka

12. EVALUATING NIGERIAN DEMOCRACY IN THE LIGHT OF THE THEORY OF SEPARATION OF POWERS - (96 – 106)
Justin Obinna Anumiri

13. IMPLICATIONS OF THOMAS KUHN’S IDEA OF SCIENTIFIC DEVELOPMENT FOR DEMOCRATIC PROGRESS IN NIGERIA - (107 – 112)
Anetoh, Bonaventure Chike

14. THE CONTRIBUTIONS OF RELIGION TO NIGERIAN SEARCH FOR GOOD GOVERNANCE - (113 – 122)
Pius Terwase Ajiki and Anaana Terhemba Vitalis

15. WOMEN AS COMPLEMENTARY, NOT WEAKER SEX IN THE SEARCH FOR NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT - (123 – 132)
Stephen A. Oguji

16. RELIGION AND LEADERSHIP IN NIGERIA: A CRITICAL EVALUATION - (133 – 142)
Iheanacho, Ambrose Onyeka Justice

17. GENDER, POLITICAL VIOLENCE AND DEMOCRACY IN NIGERIA - (143 – 152)
Jennifer Emejulu-Okeke

18. AFRICAN TRADITIONAL BELIEF SYSTEM AND DEVELOPMENT: A PHILOSOPHICAL ANALYSIS (153 – 159)
Okoye, Uche Miriam

19. THE IMMORALITY OF POST-ELECTION DEFECTION - (160 – 163)
Anosike Wilson

20. THE UNDERSTANDING OF THE ACTING PERSON IN THE SOCIETAL DEVELOPMENT - (164 – 170) Nwokocha Nwabueze

21. TRADITIONAL OATH-TAKING IN THE QUEST FOR GOOD GOVERNANCE IN NIGERIA - (171 – 176)
Emmanuel Iniobong Archibong

22. POLITICS AND HUMAN RIGHTS IN NIGERIA - (177 – 186)
Ejimbeonwu, Gerald Kene.

23. RONALD DWORKIN’S PHILOSOPHY OF RELIGION VIS-À-VIS RELIGION AND LEADERSHIP IN NIGERIA- (187 – 195)
Celestine Edozie Anyaorah

24. THE ECONOMICS OF MORALITY FOR NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT - (196 – 200)
Onebunne, Jude Ifeanyichukwu &Alike, Mirian Ngozi

25. THE NIGERIAN STATE AND THE QUEST FOR A SUITABLE SYSTEM OF GOVERNANCE - (201 – 209)
Chukwugozie Donatus Nwoye & Innocent C. Nganga

26. REFLECTIVE PRACTICE AS JOHN DEWEY’S STANDPOINT EPISTEMOLOGY: A PANACEA TO NIGERIAN SYSTEM OF EDUCATION - (210 – 217)
Evaristus C. Obioha

27. MAN KNOW THYSELF: A PANACEA FOR ATTITUDINAL CHANGE IN
THE SOCIETY
- (218 – 224)
Chidi K. Ogonnaya

28. CORRUPTION IN NIGERIAN TERTIARY INSTITUTIONS AND ITS DEADLY AFTERMATH - (225 – 233)
Basil Osayin Daudu

29. THE IMPLEMENTATIONS OF CHILD’S RIGHT TO EDUCATION IN NIGERIA: AN APPRAISAL - (234 -241)
Nwokocha Nwabueze and Eburuo, Henry U.

30. THE MORALITY OF FEDERAL CHARACTER COMMISSION IN NIGERIA - (242 – 246)
Vitalis Opara and Uzozie, Bernadette

31. COLONIALISM AND THE SUBJUGATION OF THE AFRICAN WOMAN - (247 – 253) Egbuawa, Ujunwa Nnenna and Ukaulor, Chidimma Stella

32. RELIGION AND LEADERSHIP: AN EVALUATION - (254 - 261
Anthony Mario Ogbuishi and Ogbo Vitalis Chukwunonso

33. A PHILOSOPHICAL APPRAISAL OF THE LAST SATURDAY ENVIRONMENTAL SANITATION IN ANAMBRA STATE - (262 – 269)
Anthony Ufearoh

34. ADAPTATION OF AFROCRACY FOR DEMOCRACY IN AFRICA - (270 – 276)
Richard N. Ekegbo

35. PHILOSOPHY AND DEVELOPMENT - (277 – 282)
Anthony Chukwuemeka Nwafor

36. SUSTAINABLE LEADERSHIP AND INTEGRAL DEVELOPMENT: THE ROLE OF CULTURAL VALUES - (283 – 289)
Mark E. Okoro