Books in Philosophy

ΟΙ ΓΛΩΣΣΕΣ ΤΟΥ ΚΟΣΜΟΥ - ΑΛΕΞΗΣ ΚΑΡΠΟΥΖΟΣ

Το εγχειρίδιο ¨Οι Κόσμοι της Γλώσσας – Οι Γλώσσες του Κόσμου¨, αποτελεί μια πολυπρισματική διερεύνηση του γλωσσικού φαινομένου, πάντα, όμως, με την εποπτεία του φιλοσοφικού στοχασμού. Βέβαια, επεκτεινόμαστε και σε μεταφυσικούς, γνωσιοθεωρητικούς, κοινωνικο-θεωρητικούς ...

Exposing the Hidden Enemies of the Priesthood in an Era of Christian Civilization

Priesthood is a state of life that is significantly pivotal in any society. In ancient times, those that are privileged to receive this call were placed at the topmost social and religious class because of their nexus to the divine. In the mediaeval ages the case was not different, and lastly in our contemporary age, despite menace of anti-clericalism and pockets of abuse; Priests can still hold their heads high in the modern world. There is no gainsaying the fact the world is stupendously tr...

Review: Miguel De'Unamuno's Hunger of Immortality

Let us begin by stating that this review is on Unamuno’s essay which he called the hunger of immortality. This is a chapter in his work titled the tragic sense of life published in 1912. It should be noted that this work is more of a personal account of his life than it is considered as a philosophical work. In this work, he claimed that man is the subject and supreme object of philosophy. Thus, he can be rightly described as an existentialist. It is worthy of note, that the form of im...

Non Duality: The Participatory Universe

The spiritual experience of oneness conduces to the same insight as reasoning through science. Both convey the insight of fundamental interconnection between ourselves, other people, other forms of life, the biosphere and, ultimately, the universe. Science and spirituality, far from being mutually exclusive and conflicting elements, are complementary partners in the search for the path that can enable humanity to recover its oneness with the world. Science demonstrates the urgent and objectiv...

Caos y cosmos

¿Puede la ciencia actual responder a las preguntas difíciles de la filosofía?

2014 Nigerian national conference

This work contains Nigerian 2014 national conference report

Influence of Thomas Paines Common sense

A brief analysis of the pamphlet; Common Sense by Thomas Paine.The pamphlet,commonsense,was written by Paine to serve not just for the purpose of adding to an already overstocked body of literature concerning government, political systems, and society but specifically for the purpose of changing an ideology that at a time was prevalent.It is note-worthy to add that all of Paine’s ideas as far as Common Sense is concerned was based on the ideas of the Age of enlightenment; individualism, pro...

SOME METHODOLOGICAL CONTROVERSIES IN AFRICAN PHILOSOPHY

ABSTRACTThe methodology an African scholar adopts in relating his views goes a long way in exposing the genre of African philosophy his works belong to—whether the issues he raise can be said to be typical of philosophical inquiries that relates exclusively to Africans, or if they engender criticisms and reconstructions of worldviews other than African. This paper examines two categories in African philosophy (Universalism and Particularism), adapting from works written by African intellect...