Egocentric Interpretation Of Self-Transcendence In Man In The Light Of Nietzsche

A Philosophical Look At The Egocentric Interpretation Of Self-Transcendence In Man In The Light Of Nietzsche

Self-transcendence being a quality outstanding in all human actions has its etymological meaning taken from the Latin word “Transcendere” which means to ascend on, elevate oneself above, cross, displace, scale, or simply going beyond. Going with this etymological meaning, the concept transcendence is attained by experience and at this level of experience, it denotes a spatial Continue reading Egocentric Interpretation Of Self-Transcendence In Man In The Light Of Nietzsche

Death, A Necessary Path To LifeA Heideggerian Approach

Death, A Necessary Path To LifeA Heideggerian Approach

CHAPTER ONE

INTRODUCTION

The strongest instinct in both human beings and animals is the instinct of self-preservation or self-perpetuation. It is, in other words, the instinct to avoid death, the instinct to continue living. Yet, death is the surest thing that will happen to every human being. Continue reading Death, A Necessary Path To LifeA Heideggerian Approach

The Relevance Of Hegelian Historical Dialectics To Multi-Ethnic Nigeria

The Relevance Of Hegelian Historical Dialectics To Multi-Ethnic Nigeria

CHAPTER ONE

                                    GENERAL INTRODUCTION

  1.1 BACKGROUND TO STUDY

Although Hegel may not be said to be the founder of German idealism, yet much of what interpreters and critics have had to say since after that philosophic evolution have been alluded to him. Hegel is one of the 18th Century philosophers that have exerted much influence on later thoughts. Even the divergences in opinions and the vehemently opposing criticisms that have arisen in modern thoughts after Hegel’s development of his system of philosophy go to confirm the Continue reading The Relevance Of Hegelian Historical Dialectics To Multi-Ethnic Nigeria

The Notion Addiction And Freedom In Gerald G. May

The Notion Addiction And Freedom In Gerald G. May

CHAPTER ONE                                       

INTRODUCTION             

Man shares the possession of life commonly with other living things. But there are other qualities of man, which marks him out in the midst of other beings and other animals. Sensible knowledge distinguishes him from other beings that are not animals. More so intelligence distinguishes him from other animals at the cognitive level but “at the appetitive level, man distinguishes himself by the act of Continue reading The Notion Addiction And Freedom In Gerald G. May

The Notion Of Truth In Igbo Thought And Life A Philosophical Exposition

The Notion Of Truth In Igbo Thought And Life A Philosophical Exposition

CHAPTER ONE

1.1          GENERAL INTRODUCTION

Every human being wants to know the truths of life. When a crime is committed, we all want to know the culprit. In the court of justice, the witness commits himself to say the truth and nothing but the truth. In business, medicine, science, politics and religion, no one wishes to be misled or cheated. Truth is the concern Continue reading The Notion Of Truth In Igbo Thought And Life A Philosophical Exposition

The Meaning Of Human Existence In Soren Kierkegaard

The Meaning Of Human Existence In Soren Kierkegaard

   CHAPTER ONE

INTRODUCTION

The development of metaphysical idealism by such philosophers as Fichte, Schelling and Hegel was taken to be a great fault by Jakob Friedrich Fries (1773-1843). He was of the opinion that philosophical trend ought to have continued in the Kantian tradition. His simple reason for this remains that “we must investigate the nature and laws and scope of knowledge before we can Continue reading The Meaning Of Human Existence In Soren Kierkegaard

The Relevance Of Heidegger’s Doctrine Of Authenticity In The Evolution Of A True Nigerian Political System

The Relevance Of Heidegger’s Doctrine Of Authenticity In The Evolution Of A True Nigerian Political System

CHAPTER ONE

  • GENERAL INTRODUCTION.

While philosophy began with wonder and curiosity about the nature of the universe, it progressed uninterruptedly through the ancient and medieval periods and in fact, into the early modern era with its singular object: the search for the ultimate meaning of being. Hence, thinkers like Plato, Aristotle, Thomas Aquinas, Hegel, et cetera conceived being as the most abstract and universal Continue reading The Relevance Of Heidegger’s Doctrine Of Authenticity In The Evolution Of A True Nigerian Political System

The Concept Of Goodwill In Kant’s Categorical Imperative

The Concept  Of Goodwill In Kant’s Categorical Imperative

CHAPTER TWO

2.0 THE FORMULATIONS AND JUSTIFICATION OF CATEGORICAL IMPERATIVE

Kant is never satisfied with one formulation of the categorical imperative. Thus, he presents us with five different formulae, although he tries to speak as if there were only three. The system applied in numeration is simply to bring out the special connexion between different formulae and to certify to the view that there are three main formulae: Continue reading The Concept Of Goodwill In Kant’s Categorical Imperative

The Effect Of Government Policy On Privatization And Commercialization Of Nigeria Economy

The Effect Of Government Policy On Privatization And Commercialization Of Nigeria Economy (A Case Study Of Phcn, Ekwulobia)

CHAPTER ONE

1.0     INTRODUCTION

1.1     BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY

          The import substitution policy of the post independence Nigeria led to the establishment of industries. Apart from this prime motivation for import substitution, there was the need to create jobs for the growing educated youths, the need of industrialization and the ideological argument that the government should control, regulate and supervise the commending heights of the then Continue reading The Effect Of Government Policy On Privatization And Commercialization Of Nigeria Economy

The Emergence And Impact Of Electronic Banking On Nigerian Economy

The Emergence And Impact Of Electronic Banking On Nigerian Economy. [A Case Study Of First Bank Of Nigeria Plc Okigwe Branch Imo State]

CHAPTER ONE

INTRODUCTION

  • BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY

The Structural adjustment Programme (SAP) initiated by the General Babangida Administration in 1986 has affected the banking industry more than any other sector of the economy. It has changed not only the structure but also the content of the banking business. Just as number of banks grow tremendously from 40 in 1985 to 121 in 1991, the techniques of delivery banking services and range of Continue reading The Emergence And Impact Of Electronic Banking On Nigerian Economy