| Back |

Department of Philosophy | Final Year Project Topics

  • 21. THE DISTORTED IMAGES OF AFRICAN CONTINENT: A HEIDEGGERIAN INTERPRETATION
    »  TABLE OF CONTENT   TITLE         …      …      …      …      …      …      …      …      …      i CERTIFICATION                   …      …      …      …      …      …      …      ii DEDICATION     …      …      …      …      …...Continue Reading »

    72 pages |  871 engagements | 

  • 22. JOHN LOCKE’S POLITICAL POWER VIS-À-VIS ABUSE OF POWER IN NIGERIA.
    » JOHN LOCKE’S POLITICAL POWER VIS À VIS ABUSE OF POWER IN NIGERIA.CHAPTER ONE VIEWS OF PHILOSOPHERS THROUGH THE AGES Perhaps what has become so dominant in the affairs and the nature of man, almost exclusively, is the need to be treated well. What seemed as latent but constantly boiling in every individual of all ages is a quest to get a fair share of one’s natural entitlement. In other words,...Continue Reading »

    78 pages |  1,266 engagements | 

  • 23. EXISTENTIALISM OF JEAN PAUL SARTRE
    »     CHAPTER ONE 1.1  Self: An Existential Approach. Existentialism is better seen as a style of philosophizing rather than a philosophy. Thus, the existentialists have some patterns of thought following their existential traits. Hence, they deny that reality can be neatly packaged in concept or presented as interlocking system. “An inquisitive style of thought that sets to adopt with ardent m...Continue Reading »

    62 pages |  837 engagements | 

  • 24. THE BINDING FORCE OF CONSCIENCE IN ST. THOMAS AQUINAS
    » THE BINDING FORCE OF CONSCIENCE IN  ST. THOMAS AQUINAS         TABLE OF CONTENTS   Title …    …    …    …     …    …    …    …    …    …    …     …   …     …  i                                                                                  ...Continue Reading »

    66 pages |  765 engagements | 

  • 25. CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF HEGELIAN IDEALISM AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR THE INDIVIDUAL H...
    » CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF HEGELIAN IDEALISM AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR THE INDIVIDUAL HUMAN PERSON  TABLE OF CONTENT   TITLE PAGE                       ..          ..          ..          ..          ..          ..          ..          i CERTIFICATION              ..          ..          ...Continue Reading »

    74 pages |  850 engagements | 

  • 26. A CRITIQUE OF THE MORAL AND RELIGIOUS NIHILISM IN THE PHILOSOPHY OF FREIDRICH NI...
    » A CRITIQUE OF THE MORAL AND RELIGIOUS NIHILISM IN THE PHILOSOPHY OF FREIDRICH NIETZSCHE     TABLE OF CONTENT   TITLE PAGE       …      …      …      …      …      …      …      …      i CERTIFICATION         …      …      …      …      …      …      …      …      ii DEDI...Continue Reading »

    69 pages |  712 engagements | 

  • 27. A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THOMAS HOBBES’S SOCIAL CONTRACT WITH JOHN LOCKE’S SOC...
    »     TABLE OF CONTENTS TITLE.      .         .         .         .         .         .         .         .         .         ii CERTIFICATION.      .         .         .         .         .         .         .         iii DEDICATION.              ...Continue Reading »

    67 pages |  1,585 engagements | 

  • 28. PLATO’S NOTION OF PHILOSOPHER KING, AND NIGERIAN LEADERS, A COMPARATIVE ANALYS...
    »   TABLE OF CONTENTS TITLE         …      …      …      …      …      …      …      …      …      i CERTIFICATION         …      …      …      …      …      …      …      …      ii  DEDICATION     …      …      …      …      …  ...Continue Reading »

    65 pages |  949 engagements | 

  • 29. GLOBALIZATION AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN AFRICA
    » (A Dialectical Inquiry) TABLE OF CONTENTTitle page……………………………………………………………………….Certification…………………………………………………………………….Dedication…………………………………………………………………….Acknowledgements……………………………………………………………...Continue Reading »

    68 pages |  1,083 engagements | 

  • 30. SOCIAL CONTRACT IN JEAN JACQUES ROUSSEAU – IMPLICATIONS FOR NIGERIAN DEMOCRACY
    » CHAPTER ONE 1.1            GENERAL INTRODUCTION It is in the nature of man as a social being to live together in a community. But, to achieve his utmost fulfilment, man desires to live in peace and harmony with his environment, persons and things alike. Hence, every nation continues to search for a workable system that would permit her citizens to live together in peace as much as possi...Continue Reading »

    65 pages |  1,397 engagements | 

  • 31. FEMINISTS CRITIQUE ON ARISTOTLE GENDER PERSPECTIVE
    »  CHAPTER ONE1.0 GENERAL INTRODUCTIONSince time immemorial, people have held the view that men are superior to women. This vision of male supremacy is clearly reflected in all traditional families and societies to an extent that even women were made to accept that they are inferior nature.Over centuries, men and women have so internalized this culture of male supremacy, that even when a woman is k...Continue Reading »

    69 pages |  851 engagements | 

  • 32. PLATONIC-ARISTOTELIAN NOTION OF MAN [A Comparative Analysis]
    » PLATONIC ARISTOTELIAN NOTION OF MAN[A Comparative Analysis]  CHAPTER ONE   EXPLICATION OF TERMS   1.1     The concept “Man” Man by his very nature is an inquisitive being. The innate desire, says Aristotle, is both for pragmatic motives and for the sake of knowing. Man wants to know and conquer the realities around him and beyond him. But has not been able, even to unveil the mysteries ...Continue Reading »

    70 pages |  694 engagements | 

  • 33. NOTION OF FREEDOM AND LAW IN ST. THOMAS AQUINAS
    » CHAPTER ONE   1.0            THE GENERAL NOTION OF FREEDOM The concept of freedom is an analogous one, predicated in different ways to beings of very different types. The various forms of attribution depend, to a certain extent, not by defining the same specific content, but by indicating formal relation, which remains the same. This relation can be put negatively or positively.   Neg...Continue Reading »

    65 pages |  790 engagements | 

  • 34. A PHILOSOPHICAL LOOK AT THE EGOCENTRIC INTERPRETATION OF SELF-TRANSCENDENCE IN M...
    » A PHILOSOPHICAL LOOK AT THE EGOCENTRIC INTERPRETATION OF SELF TRANSCENDENCE IN MAN IN THE LIGHT OF NIETZSCHEGENERAL INTRODUCTION Man by nature it has been said is an insatiable being. He is never satisfied and fulfilled within any particular state. He wants always to move beyond his present condition and consequently realize himself in the ultimate end. In other words, man seeks to transcend himse...Continue Reading »

    60 pages |  583 engagements | 

  • 35. THE CONCEPT OF HAPPINESS IN ST. AUGUSTINE (A CRITICAL APPRAISAL)
    » CHAPTER ONE   GENERAL INTRODUCTION    1.1       INTRODUCTION   Aristotle in the commencement of his “Metaphysics” wrote: “pantes anthropoi tou eidenai oregontai phuse”[1] (all men by nature desire to know). This existential passion or desire is quite innate and intrinsic in man. Due to that irresistible urge in man to know, he involves himself in a curious and inquisitive search ...Continue Reading »

    66 pages |  860 engagements | 

  • 36. MODERN BIOTECHNOLOGY AND DIGINITY OF HUMAN LIFE; AN ETHICAL ANALYSIS
    » CHAPTER ONE 1.1. GENERAL INTRODUCTION With the Becconian dictum ‘knowledge is power”, scientist have gone the extra mile on how to improve the environmental condition and then revamp the quality of human life. Now, we witness a great and extraordinary progress in Bio technological sciences and medicine. This great advancement in medicine and biotechnological sciences has given human beings new...Continue Reading »

    65 pages |  673 engagements | 

  • 37. A CRITICAL APPRAISAL OF HOBBES’ IDEA OF SOCIAL CONTRACT
    » CHAPTER ONE   GENERAL IDEA OF A SOCIAL CONTRACT The social contract theory, nearly as old as philosophy itself, is the view that person’s moral or political obligations are dependent upon a contract or agreement between them to form a society.1 On the mention of the term contract, then, what comes to mind immediately is agreement. The New Webster Dictionary of the English Language defined the t...Continue Reading »

    74 pages |  745 engagements | 

  • 38. IGBO/EUROPEAN CONTACT; ITS SOCIO-POLITICAL EFFECTS ON THE IGBO
    » IGBO/EUROPEAN CONTACT; ITS SOCIO POLITICAL EFFECTS ON THE IGBOCHAPTER ONE 1.0     GENERAL INTRODUCTION It is undeniably clear that coming across any written work with this kind of topic stirs up numerous varied notions in people’s minds. The views of an Igbo man who comes across this topic is bound to be different from that of a European. So will it also be, with any member of the external w...Continue Reading »

    67 pages |  733 engagements | 

  • 39. PHILOSOPHICAL SURVEY IN THE MORALITY OF SPINOZA IN THE LIGHT OF HIS EVIL AND GOO...
    » CHAPTER ONE 1.0            GENERAL INTRODUCTION The problem of good and evil in the world of ours has become questionable. Good and evil without doubt have constituted lots of discomfort, havoc and other problems in human life. Consequently, so many thinkers of different epochs have contributed in one way or the other according to their own understanding, to unravel this dilemma. Nevert...Continue Reading »

    68 pages |  745 engagements | 

  • 40. THE EGO AND THE ID IN SIGMUND FREUD:A PHILOSOPHICAL EXAMINATION
    » CHAPTER ONE GENERAL INTRODUCTION In the anal of history, quest for meaning as a quest for knowledge   has remained an existential fact in every human endeavour. Hence, it propelled man’s meaning attaching trait which satisfies his concept of existence. Philosophy as it were has been the vanguard of such innovation traceable from the time of Thales. More still, events and time have rolled out t...Continue Reading »

    62 pages |  585 engagements | 


Searching makes things a lot easier.. Search for what you are looking for