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TANSIAN UNIVERSITY, NIGERIA
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    Igwebuike as a Complementary Approach to the Issue of Girl-Child Education.Kanu Ikechukwu Anthony & Ikechukwu Anthony Kanu - 2019 - Igwebuike: An African Journal of Arts and Humanities 3 (5):1-8.
    Focuses on the relationship between Igwebuike philosophy and the advancing of girl-child education.
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    African Religion and Culture: Honoring the Past and Shaping the Future.Kanu Ikechukwu Anthony & Ikechukwu Anthony Kanu - 2021 - Maryland, NY 12116, USA: Association for the Promotion of African Studies (APAS).
    African Religion and Culture: Honoring the Past and Shaping the Future.
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    IGWEBUIKE AS THE KEY TO UNDERSTANDING AFRICAN PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGION.Kanu Ikechukwu Anthony & Ikechukwu Anthony Kanu - 2020 - AMAMIHE Journal of Applied Philosophy 8 (18):41-50.
    This work is a response to the questions within African philosophy and African traditional religion: the question of the underlying principle in both fields of study. It is a contribution to the ongoing investigations in the areas of African philosophy and African traditional religion in search for the keys to the understanding of both fields. This piece argued , contrary to the positions of Mbiti and Koech, that the key to understanding African traditional religion is Igwebuike. It also argued , (...)
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    Igwebuike Philosophy and the Issue of National Development.Kanu Ikechukwu Anthony & Ikechukwu Anthony Kanu - 2017 - Igwebuike: An African Journal of Arts and Humanities 6 (3):16-50.
    Right from traditional African philosophy, down to its modern and contemporary era, there has been a strong link between African philos ophy and language, underlined by the principle of complementarity. This is not disconnec ted with Placid Tempels’ employment of force to explain being, and Alexis Kagame’s NTU, as the underlying principle of reality. Pantaleon Iroegbu explained being as belon gingness. In the thoughts of Innocent Asouzu, Ibuanyidanda, was used to explain the compl ementary nature of reality. In the face (...)
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    Igwebuike Philosophy of Science and Technology.Kanu Ikechukwu Anthony & Ikechukwu Anthony Kanu - 2020 - AMAMIHE Journal of Applied Philosophy 8 (18):1-15.
    Contrary to the opinion of some scholars which holds that science is independent of particular worldviews in its presuppositions and method, this paper argues that although the presuppositions of science have no worldview content, science may provide evidence that has a bearing on a certain worldview . This dependence on a worldview is what gives science some level of political autonomy ; that is, some kind of scientific citizenship in philosophy that gives credence to a form of local knowledge , (...)
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    Igwebuike Theology of Udi: Reconciling God's Unchanging Revelation with Man's Changing Culture.Kanu Ikechukwu Anthony & Ikechukwu Anthony Kanu - 2020 - Journal of African Studies and Sustainable Development 7 (3):1-13.
    The questions that have been looming at the thoughts of many African theologians for years have been: How can the Christian faith be made to be at home in Africa, in such a way that it harmo nizes with African beliefs and practices, thus becoming the religion of the African people? What is the relationship between African traditional religion and culture with the Christian faith? Does being a Christian mean that I should distance myself from m y traditional religious and (...)
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    Igwebuike Theology of Udi: Reconciling God's Unchanging Revelation with Man's Changing Culture.Kanu Ikechukwu Anthony & Ikechukwu Anthony Kanu - 2020 - Journal of African Studies and Sustainable Development 7 (3):1-13.
    The questions that have been looming at the thoughts of many African theologians for years have been: How can the Christian faith be made to be at home in Africa, in such a way that it harmo nizes with African beliefs and practices, thus becoming the religion of the African people? What is the relationship between African traditional religion and culture with the Christian faith? Does being a Christian mean that I should distance myself from m y traditional religious and (...)
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