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Title:Ibuanyidanda: a complementary systematic inquiry: reflections on Innocent Asouzu's African philosophy
Editor:Kanu, Ikechukwu Anthony
Year:2016
Pages:211
Language:English
City of publisher:Saarbrücken
Publisher:Lap Lambert Publishing
ISBN:3643903162; 9783643903167
Geographic terms:Africa
Nigeria
Subjects:philosophy
ethnophilosophy
world view
religion
conflict resolution
science
festschrifts (form)
About person:Innocent Izuchukwu Asouzu (1952-)ISNI
Abstract:This collective volume puts together the works of scholars of Professor Innocent Asouzu's 'Ibuanyidanda' complementary philosophy. Professor Innocent Asouzu, a Nigerian Catholic priest, is a renowned expert in African philosophy. This work was compiled to his honour. Contributions: Ibuanyidanda, religion and the idea of God (Equere Christian Peters); The consequences of Aristotle's philosophy of essence beyond Hume's problem of induction within the context of Ibuanyidanda philosophy (Onyemachi Felix Chukwudi); Conflict resolution and ontological boomerang effect of Ibuanyidanda philosophy (David, Ubong Iniobong); Conflict resolution and Ibuanyidana philosophy (Okoli Philip Olisaemeka); Ibuanyidanda philosophy vis-a-vis the challenge of conflict resolution (Ushingio Peter Ushingio); Asouzu's critique of philosophy of essence and its implication for the growth of science (Mendie Patrick Johnson); lbuanyidanda: method and progress in the theoretical predictions of Nigerian educational system (Akpan, Matthew Joseph); Aristotle's bifurcating metaphysics and lbuanyidanda ontology (Okoli Usanga Obeten); Ibuanyidanda and global imperative (Asiegbu, Obinnaya Franklin); Ibanyidanda, descriptive statement and the super maxim (Afo Comfort, et al.); The idea of truth within the context of Ibuanyidanda (Odumayak Okpo). [ASC Leiden abstract]
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