Sapientia: Journal of Philosophy

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Vol. 16 (2022)
Published June 9, 2022
Sapientia: Journal of Philosophy

Sapientia as an academic journal publishes original and novel philosophical articles across a wide variety of themes as it bothers on real live existential concerns with a view to advancing solutions for a better humanity and society.

The above notwithstanding, the journal also accommodates other articles with similar concerns from other disciplines.


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SAPIENTIA welcomes original research articles, however, priority attention will be given to articles devoted to Africa and African-related issues.

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June 21, 2021


Anthony R. Etuk, Ph.D
Kant’s Critique of Immediacy and Constraint to Human Knowledge Reconsidered
Solomon Chinedu Ekeopara, Ph.D
Philosophy and the Imperative of Social-fixing in the Millennium Era
Uchechukwu Kizito Ogu, Ph.D, Anthony Chukwudi Areji, Ph.D
Ethnic Nationalism and Ethno - Religious Conflicts: Setting an Agenda for Stability and Development in Nigeria
Clement U. Eton, Ph.D, Divine Kalu Nwachege, Promise Akpan
The Place of Traditional Ethical Values in Curbing Corruption and Enhancing of Democratic Principles in Nigeria
Vincent Okafor Ezeugonna, Joseph Adejoh Sunday, Etoro-Abasi Michael Akpan
Sustaining the Faith and Mission of Christianity in the Face of Terrorism in Nigeria
Stella Bassey Esirah
Thomas Aquinas on Friendship: Lessons For The Seminary
Kpodee, Neemene Thank God
A Critical Evaluation of Violations of Political Language and Its Effects on Nigeria’s Socio-Political and Economic Developments
Cyril-Mary P. Olatunji
An Anti-Objectivism Study of Borderland and Border Crossing
Omekara, Emmanuel Maduabuchi, Dr. N. C. Aja
Relevance of Thomas Hobbes’ Social Contract Theory to Nigeria’s Democracy
Dr J. Tunde Akande, Ubani Samuel
Eternal Damnation and Human Freedom: Analyzing the Arguments of Jerry Walls and Thomas Talbott
Etienoabasi Nyong, Israel Akpan, Efiok Etim
A Philosophical Reflection on the Nigerian Society in the Light of Nietzsche’s Ethics
Christopher O. Akpan, Ph.D
African Philosophy and the Relevance of Narrative Knowledge to Human Development
Benedict Michael
Epistemological Foundation for Peacemaking in Africa
Professor Dominic A. Akpan
Nigeria’s Healthcare Delivery System for Human Development: Need to Reduce Malaria Burden for Increase Productivity in the Economy
Azibalua Onyagholo
Hannah Arendt on Power and Its Implications For Nigeria
Eyo, Evaristus Matthias, Obioha Precious Uwaezuoke, Ph.D
African Epistemology and Epistemic Injustice Against Women: Complementary Epistemology to the Rescue
Angwe Ken Agede, Ph.D, Edoh Sunday Odum
‘Positing’ as the Hallmark of Fichte’s Philosophy
David Peter Nsungo
Soccer as Mimic Warfare: A Conceptual Metaphoric Reading of Selected Football Commentary and Punditry
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