Patient’s Assessment Of Quality Of Interaction With Radiographers

Patient’s Assessment Of Quality Of Interaction With Radiographers In Enugu Urban

Abstract

This work deals with the quality of patients satisfaction of the received interaction with radiographers associated with better diagnostic result, patient care, courtesy, privacy and less economic loss. Continue reading Patient’s Assessment Of Quality Of Interaction With Radiographers

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Plato`s concept of the ideal state:the Nigerian experience

Ethical consequences of Machiavelli’s Ends  justifies the means

 Amelioration of African predicament:“Negritude”, a case study

A philosophical study of the niger delta crisis in the light of karlmarx political theories

A critical appraisal of the idea of freedom in Bernard Lonergan humanism

Faith crisis in adolescence in the light of Erick Ericksons psychological theory

The common good in jacques maritain:A philosophical appraisal

African communalism: A philosophical analysis 

Freedom in jean paulsartre: the challenge of responsibility in nigeria’s democratic governance 

The ethical implication of legalizing gay practices in Nigeria 

The relevance of Karl Popper’s open society to Nigeria Democracy

karl popper’s philosophy of science and democracy in nigeria.

karlmarx’s dialectical materialism: a philosophical approach

Philosophic foundations of human rights law in 1999 constitution :hermeneutical analysis

The morality of euthanasia: a Philosophical analysis

 Roderick Chisholm’s epistemic foundationalism a critical analysis

postmodern rejection of absolute truth in richardrorty: an appraisal

civil disobedience in the philosophy of henry davidthoreau: a critique

Social justice in Michael walzer’s political Philosophy: concept and critique

African   Philosophy   and the challenges of development

 Idea of development in the philosophy of kwasiwiredu:A Philosophical appraisal

God, creativity and process: a critical evaluation of the philosophy of  whitehead

Environmental ethics and the African perspective

Igbo marriage as a communalist system: a critical analysis

Homosexuality and human personhood;Hermeneutical investigatio

Religion in Nigeria; A philosophical inquiry

Existence of philosophy in traditional Africa; A hermeneutical approach

Philosophical evaluation of Robert nozick`s concept of justice

Globalization and economic development in nigeria

The Notion of truth in Igbo thought.A Philosophical exposition

The morality of abortion amongst teenagers in the context of Joseph Fletcher situation ethics

Immanuel kant categorical imperative :concept and critique

A review of Africa identity :An application of Nkruma`s consciencism

Negritude, A Defensive Tool For African Identity: Leopold Sedar Senghor’s Prespective

karl marx’s notion of capitalism

Philosophy and national development

essence and existence:a comparative study of the views of thomas aquinas and jean-paul sartre

the importance of feminism in development of nigerian politics: an exposition

The importance of feminism in development of Nigerian politics: an exposition

Nietzsche, the concept of superman: a philosophical exposition

thomas aquinas’ notion of reason and morality as a panacea to religious crisis in nigeria

hermeneutics of death   in igbo world view and its socio-anthropological implications

Causes and Metaphysical Solution to Juvenile delinquency.

Role of moral theology in fraud detection and control

theological subjectivism to sex, marriage and the family

1.The Concept Of Superman In Nietzsche’s Moral Philosophy.

2.Friendship Of Unequals In Aristotle’s Nichomachean Ethics Vis-A-Vis Godfatherism In Nigerian Politics.

3.The Moral Decadence In Nietzsche’s Philosophical Writings (A Critical Approach).

4.Plato’s Class Distinction: The Backdrop Of Contemporary Education.

5.Justice In The Political Philosophy Of Aristotle.

6.The Significance Of The Alienation Of Labour In Karl Marx:(It’s Implications To The Condition Of The Nigerian Workers).

7.Critical Appraisal Of The State Of Nature And Political Right In Thomas Hobbes.

8.A Critique On Freudian Psychosexual Enlightenment Of The Child.

9.A Philosophical Appraisal On The Igbo Traditional System Of Child Upbringing, Vis-À-Vis The Contemporary System.

10.A Philosophical Examination Of The Nigerian Religious Experience In The Light Of Andre Godin’s Ideas.

11.Zik’s Neo-Welfarism: A Viable Option For The Nigerian State.

12.A Philosophical Look Into Religion And Freewill In The Light Of James William.

13.Utilitarianism In John Stuart Mill (A Critical Appraisal).

14.Machiavellianism And Democracy (Nigeria As A Case Study).

15.A Philosophical Appraisal Of Joseph Fletcher’s New Morality.

16.Friendship In Aristotle Vis-À-Vis Modern Day Conception Of Friendship.

17.The Notion Of The Human Person In Kierkegaard Vis-À-Vis African Individual.

18.A Critique Of Popper’s Strategy For The Growth Of Science.

19.Feminists Critique On Aristotle Gender Perspective.

20.Panacea To Nigerian Predicaments In The Light Of Soren Kierkegaard’s Authentic Existence.

21.A Critique Of Determinism In The Light Of Immanuel Kant.

22.Psychology Of Genius In Arthur Schopenhauer.

23.Nihilism In Nietzsche; A Critical Evaluation Of Nigerian Situation.

24.The Civil State In John Locke’s Political Philosophy: Its Relevance To Nigerian Democracy.

25.The Art Of Natural Family Planning In The Light Of John F. Kippley.

26.The Critique Of Social Contract In Jean Jacques Rousseau’s Political Philosophy.

27.The Distorted Images Of African Continent: A Heideggerian Interpretation.

28.John Locke’s Political Power Vis-À-Vis Abuse Of Power In Nigeria.

29.Existentialism Of Jean Paul Sartre.

30.The Binding Force Of Conscience In  St. Thomas Aquinas.

31.Critical Analysis Of Hegelian Idealism And Its Implications For The Individual Human Person.

32.A Critique Of The Moral And Religious Nihilism In The Philosophy Of Freidrich Nietzsche.

33.A Comparative Study Of Thomas Hobbes’s Social Contract With John Locke’s Social Contract In Their Political Philosophy.

34.Plato’s Notion Of Philosopher King, And Nigerian Leaders, A Comparative Analysis.

35.Globalization And Sustainable Development In Africa (A Dialectical Inquiry).

36.Social Contract In Jean Jacques Rousseau – Implications For Nigerian Democracy.

37.Platonic-Aristotelian Notion Of Man [A Comparative Analysis].

38.Notion Of Freedom And Law In St. Thomas Aquinas.

39.The Notion Of Happiness In Aristotle And Thomas Aquinas (A Comparative Study).

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

41.The Concept Of Happiness In St. Augustine (A Critical Appraisal).

42.Modern Biotechnology And Diginity Of Human Life; An Ethical Analysis.

43.A Critical Appraisal Of Hobbes’ Idea Of Social Contract.

44.Igbo/European Contact; Its Socio-Political Effects On The Igbo.

45.Philosophical Survey In The Morality Of Spinoza In The Light Of His Evil And Good.

46.Hannah Arendt On Violence Vis-À-Vis The Quest For Political Power Through Violence In Nigeria.

47.The State As A Community Of Persons In Hegel; A Critique.

48.The Ego And The Id In Sigmund Freud: A Philosophical Examination.

49.The Implication Of David Hume’s Philosophy Of Impressions And Ideas.

50.The Background To The Philosophy Of Detribalism.

51.Plato’s Idea Of ‘Philosopher King’ And Nigerian Leadership Crisis.

52.Just State In Plato (A Critical Exposition).

53.A Critique On Piagetian Theories Of Cognitive Development.

54.The Doctrine Of Freedom And Responsibility In Jean Paul Sartre- The Fundamental Principles In An Authentic Existence.

55.A Comparative Study Of The Concept Of Priesthood In Igbo Traditional Religion And Catholic Priesthood.

56.Notion Of Freedom And Law In St. Thomas Aquinas.

57.Conscience In Thomas Aquinas: A Philosophical Reflection.

58.Kantian Categorical Imperative: Its Implication In Nigerian Ethical Order.

59.Biafra Agitation: Any Justification?.

60.A Comparative Analysis Of Machiavellian Principle And Nigerian Society.

61.Social Status In Plato’s Ideal State: Its Relevance To Nigerian Society.

62.The Fate Of Man In A Sciento-Technological Era. (A Philosophical Examination Of The Ideas Of Alexander Denis.).

63.Thomas Aquinas’ Natural Law Theory: A Standard For Human Positive Law.

64.Justice In John Rawls Vis-À-Vis Nigerian Democracy.

65.The Place Of Man In Aristotle: The Basis Of Man’s Life Crisis (An Evaluative Rediscovery).

66.How To Be Happy:  A Critical Evaluation Of Aristotle’s “Golden Mean”.

67.Notion Of Freedom In Jean Paul Sartre.

68.Notion Of Change And Permanence In Aristotle.

69.Individual And State In Aristotle In Relation To Promotion Of Human Rights In Nigeria.

70.I – Thou Relationship In Gabriel Marcel: An Existentialist Analysis.

71.The Nigeria Police And Mockery Of Common Good (A Critical Investigation).

72.The Notion Addiction And Freedom In Gerald G. May.

73.Universal Causation And Its Relation To Human Freedom   In    John Hospers.

74.Aquinas Notion Of Love.

75.Nkruma On African Colonialism.

76.The Notion Addiction And Freedom In Gerald G. May.

77.The Relevance Of Hegelian Historical Dialectics To Multi-Ethnic Nigeria.

78.Death, A Necessary Path To Life A Heideggerian Approach.

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

80.The Meaning Of Human Existence In Soren Kierkegaard.

81.The Relevance Of Heidegger’s Doctrine Of Authenticity In The Evolution Of A True Nigerian Political Ststem.

82.The Concept Of Goodwill In Kant’s  Categorical Imperative.

83.Abortion And Dignity Of Human Life: A Moral Consideration.

Plato`s concept of the ideal state

Plato`s concept of the ideal state:the Nigerian experience.

                                                Chapter Two

Plato’s Social Ethics

2.1 Man And State

            In the Republic, Plato sets out to build an ideal state in which justice reigns supreme with philosophers as rulers. For him, the state exists for man’s happiness, to develop man in the good life based on the principle of justice. Plato saw the good life as the life of inner harmony of well being and of happiness. According to Plato, there is no other place man can obtain happiness and good Continue reading Plato`s concept of the ideal state

Negritude:Amelioration of African Predicament

Amelioration of African Predicament: “Negritude”, a Case Study

                                             Chapter Two

Literature Review

Nkrumah’s Consciencism In The Amelioration Of African Predicament

Negritude:Colonialism dealt a grave blow on the African. Capitalism which is a modus operandi of its political and economic structure enlivens the wound all the more as it is both foreign to Africa as well as synonymous with slavery and exploitation which constitutes the existential predicament of the African Continue reading Negritude:Amelioration of African Predicament

Ethical consequences of Machiavelli’s Ends justifies the means

Ethical consequences of Machiavelli’s Ends  justifies the means

CHAPTER TWO

                                                                LITERATURE REVIEW

The importance of ethics obviously can never be looked down despite the fact that Machiavelli’s negative stand threatens this obvious fact.  As a result, it is very pertinent to know the locus standi of some philosophers in this perspective from ancient to modern period. Continue reading Ethical consequences of Machiavelli’s Ends justifies the means

Amelioration of African predicament:“Negritude”, a case study

 Amelioration of African predicament:“Negritude”, a case study

CHAPTER TWO

          LITERATURE REVIEW

2.1 NKRUMAH’S CONSCIENCISM

IN THE AMELIORATION OF AFRICAN PREDICAMENT

Colonialism dealt a grave blow on the African. Capitalism which is a modus operandi of its political and economic structure enlivens the wound all the more as it is both foreign to Africa as well as synonymous with slavery and exploitation which constitutes the existential predicament of the African. The African has been granted independence but this is merely on paper as the Continue reading Amelioration of African predicament:“Negritude”, a case study

A Philosophical study of the niger delta crisis in the light of karlmarx’s political theories

A PHILOSOPHICAL STUDY OF THE NIGER DELTA CRISIS IN THE LIGHT OF KARLMARX’S POLITICAL THEORIES

CHAPTER TWO

THE NIGER DELTA CRISES

2.1. THE NIGER DELTA REGION

The Niger Delta region comprises of Abia, Akwa Ibom, Bayelsa, Cross River, DeltaEdo, ImoOndo, and River State. They are people under whose feet is buried an inexhaustible amount of oil. Preceding the discovery and exploration of oil, their land was rich and their rivers filled with aquatic lives. Prior to the exploration also, the people gladly tilled the land and the agricultural products got were sufficient. They also sustained their life by fishing in the rivers. Continue reading A Philosophical study of the niger delta crisis in the light of karlmarx’s political theories

A critical appraisal of the idea of freedom in Bernard Lonergan humanism

A critical appraisal of the idea of freedom in Bernard Lonergan humanism

CHAPTER THREE

JOHN PAUL II AND HUMANISM

3.1 Definition of Humanism.

Humanism, in a loose sense, is a philosophical movement that originated in Italy and from there, freedom it diffused into all other parts of the world. To ask the meaning of humanism is to provoke humanists, because it has no univocal and generally accepted definition.  That notwithstanding, I shall outline some of the definitions by different humanists and that of John Paul II. Continue reading A critical appraisal of the idea of freedom in Bernard Lonergan humanism

Faith crisis in adolescence in the light of Erick Ericksons psychological theory

Faith crisis in adolescence in the light of Erick Ericksons psychological theory

CHAPTER THREE

ADOLESCENCE:CRISIS, IMPLICATIONS AND FAITH CRISIS IN ERICKSON’S THOUGHT

  • Introduction

Adolescence starts with puberty. Puberty in the human life is characterized by changes, growths and developments in the human body structure. The developments formed in the adolescent affect the entire being of the adolescent. As a result, the adolescent develops in himself or herself a new self-concept. He or she feels to have become an adult and so begins to identify with the freedom Continue reading Faith crisis in adolescence in the light of Erick Ericksons psychological theory

The common good in jacques maritain:A philosophical appraisal

The common good in jacques maritain:A philosophical appraisal

ABSTRACT

The idea of the common good as the end of political and social life is one of the key human values which have been so much neglected today, engendered by the spirit of individualism and capitalism. In the tradition of moral thought, such problem had been significantly addressed during the time of Aristotle and St. Continue reading The common good in jacques maritain:A philosophical appraisal