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Department of Philosophy | Final Year Project Topics

  • 61. HOW TO BE HAPPY: A CRITICAL EVALUATION OF ARISTOTLE’S “GOLDEN MEAN”
    » HOW TO BE HAPPY:  A CRITICAL EVALUATION OF ARISTOTLE’S “GOLDEN MEAN”CHAPTER ONE 1.0     ARISTOTLEFor the purpose of this long essay, it would be a big jump not to begin with a clear knowledge of the philosopher we are examining his philosophy. Consequently, it is pertinent first and foremost to look at the life of Aristotle, the influences that motivated him and finally, the product of...Continue Reading »

    63 pages |  793 engagements | 

  • 62. NOTION OF FREEDOM IN JEAN PAUL SARTRE
    » CHAPTER ONE 1.0             MODES OF BEING IN JEAN PAUL SARTRE 1.1 MEANING OF BEING. Being in all its fullness, and as the ground of all beings remains a great mystery. All the philosophical epochs have tried in diverse ways without success, to expound a wholesome review of this question. According to L. Okika, he stated that, The initial difficulty about being or reality is that, it i...Continue Reading »

    69 pages |  808 engagements | 

  • 63. NOTION OF CHANGE AND PERMANENCE IN ARISTOTLE
    » CHAPTER ONE 1.0     BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY 1.1     INTRODUCTION The sense of wonder is the mark of the philosophers.  Thus, according to Aristotle, “all men by nature desire to know”1.  On the same note, philosophically and otherwise, man has to give meaning to the mysteries befogging his finite nature.  Therefore it is not out of place that we are dragged into the concepts and fac...Continue Reading »

    64 pages |  1,404 engagements | 

  • 64. INDIVIDUAL AND STATE IN ARISTOTLE IN RELATION TO PROMOTION OF HUMAN RIGHTS IN NI...
    » CHAPTER ONE:     INTRODUCTION 1.1            PURPOSE OF THE STUDY Man establishes the state in order to meet his needs. In other words, the individuals are prior to the state, and the state cannot exit outside the individuals. Hence, the individuals and the state are dialectically related. Again Nigeria as a state has a dialectical relationship with the citizens. To this end, any po...Continue Reading »

    68 pages |  910 engagements | 

  • 65. I – THOU RELATIONSHIP IN GABRIEL MARCEL:AN EXISTENTIALIST ANALYSIS
    » I – THOU RELATIONSHIP IN GABRIEL MARCEL:AN EXISTENTIALIST ANALYSIS CHAPTER ONE 1.0 INTRODUCTION Life is a Mystery and not a problem; it is never an existential puzzle to human mind. In allowing man to partake in this mysterious nature of life whose effects or manifestations are familiar to all, man ought to participate in a mutual relationship with the other, thereby respecting and preservin...Continue Reading »

    64 pages |  1,057 engagements | 

  • 66. THE NIGERIA POLICE AND MOCKERY OF COMMON GOOD
    »  (A Critical Investigation)    TABLE OF CONTENTS                                                                    TITLE PAGE……………………………….....………            i CERTIFICATION………………….…………………             ii DEDICATION…………………………………….….          ...Continue Reading »

    68 pages |  1,067 engagements | 

  • 67. PLATO’S CLASS DISTINCTION: THE BACKDROP OF CONTEMPORARY EDUCATION
    »    TABLE OF CONTENTS TITLE………………………………………………………………………...i CERTIFICATION…………………………………………………….…….ii DEDICATION……………………………………………………………....iii ACKNOWLEDGMENT………………………………………………........iv TABLE OF CONTENTS………………...Continue Reading »

    72 pages |  905 engagements | 

  • 68. A Detailed History Of African Philosophy
    » ABSTRACT One of the challenges that have persisted in African philosophy through the centuries is the question, if there is an African philosophy at all. Thus, when one uses the term African, one is asked to contextualize the term: Does it (the term African) refer to the content of the philosophy or does it qualify the identity of the philosophers themselves? Whether resting with the former, or th...Continue Reading »

    1,320 engagements | 

  • 69. A CRITICAL EVALUATION OF ARISTOTLE’S CONCEPTION OF CAUSALITY
    » A CRITICAL EVALUATION OF ARISTOTLE’S CONCEPTION OF CAUSALITY ABSTRACT Causality has been variously defined, and even given an empirical understanding. Causality is derived from the term “cause which means anything capable of changing something else or that which “produces something (makes something happen; bring about the occurrence of something) without which that thing would no...Continue Reading »

    2,662 engagements | 

  • 70. A CRITIQUE OF DAVID HUME’S EMPIRICISM
    » A CRITIQUE OF DAVID HUME’S EMPIRICISM ABSTRACT One of the never ending processes in life is the process of knowledge acquisition which to the lay man may not constitute any problem as regards how it is acquired. But to philosophers, from time past this has constituted serious debacles. However, in philosophy, it has become the special concern of epistemology one of it’s branches to ana...Continue Reading »

    3,956 engagements | 

  • 71. A CRITIQUE OF THE FIVE MAIN OBJECTIVES OF THE PHILOSOPHY OF NIGERIAN EDUCATION I...
    » A CRITIQUE OF THE FIVE MAIN OBJECTIVES OF THE PHILOSOPHY OF NIGERIAN EDUCATION IN THE CONTEMPORARY SOCIO ECONOMIC AND POLITICAL TRENDS IN THE COUNTRY Abstract According to Taiwo (1980:75), for sense of national unity , a country where people are different races, and each race tries to emphasize its own importance and there are social or tribal jealousies, one race fears the domination of another r...Continue Reading »

    1,503 engagements | 

  • 72. AN ASSESSMENT OF THE MARXIST DOCTRINE OF ALIENATION AND IT’S RELEVANCE TO THE...
    » AN ASSESSMENT OF THE MARXIST DOCTRINE OF ALIENATION AND IT’S RELEVANCE TO THE NIGERIAN SOCIETY ABSTRACT One of the fundamental issues of most socio political debate in recent years is ALIENATION, which means “estrangement”. This essay will elucidate the doctrine of alienation in its origin until the era of Karl Marx. Much attention will be focused on the way Marx conceived aliena...Continue Reading »

    2,947 engagements | 

  • 73. AN EVALUATION OF KARL MARX’S IDEA OF CAPITALISM
    » AN EVALUATION OF KARL MARX’S IDEA OF CAPITALISM ABSTRACT The history of man shows that people came together at a point in time to form society. The reason for this is for human beings to have a peaceful co existence, society therefore is a human creation. How can a society be adjudged as just? These are question yearning for answers and a great concern for political philosophers. The idea of...Continue Reading »

    3,052 engagements | 

  • 74. MORALITY AND REASON IN THOMAS AQUINAS PHILOSOPHY
    » : A CRITICAL ANALYSIS ABSTRACT I intended to expose the indepth meaning of reason and morality. Using man as the major point on this discussion, due to the higher rational faculty he possess over other creature. We shall also answer the question as: has reason any influence or part to play in morality? Or put simply, is reason necessarily required for man to be moral? If yes, should reason be the ...Continue Reading »

    3,178 engagements | 

  • 75. THEISM AND THE PROBLEM OF EVIL: A CRITICAL STUDY
    » THEISM AND THE PROBLEM OF EVIL: A CRITICAL STUDY ABSTRACT The presence of evil in a world said to be created by a “Being” who is not only omnipotent, omniscience and perfectly good is problematic. It is a problem that has perturbed man for ages and coupled with various natural disaster still make the concept problematic one. How can there be a loving God, all powerful and all knowing G...Continue Reading »

    2,811 engagements | 


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