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Olaoluwa Andrew Oyedola
Anglia Ruskin University
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    The Relevance of Cultural Heritage in Remaking a New Africa.Olaoluwa Andrew Oyedola & David Oyedola - 2015 - Journal of Pan African Studies 8 (6):85-106.
    Post-colonial African society is undeniably experiencing serious development problems. Analyses of the causes and the way out have been suggested by many African scholars. For instance, Kwame Nkrumah (1974) popularly attributes the causes to colonialism and suggests a cultural revivalist solution that will revive the African cultural values of the past. But, given that these problems seem endemic, a cultural anti-revivalist like Moses Oke (2006) rejected the revivalist analysis as an over-elaboration of the effects of colonialism and the appeal to (...)
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    ON GIBSON's DEFENCE OF QUINEAN ETHICS.Olaoluwa Andrew Oyedola & David Oyedola - 2012 - Nigerian Journal of the Humanities 18 (Sepember):18-37..
    Roger Gibson offers a defence of W.V.O. Quine’s conception of ethics as “methodologically infirm” against Owen Flanagan’s criticism. Gibson argues that Flanagan’s critique of Quinean ethics is misdirected, and that he (Flanagan) fails to establish that ethics and science (natural science) are on a methodological par. In this essay, we argue that there may actually be some sort of overemphasis in Flanagan’s argument, given its inclination to see Quine’s holism as rejecting any form of correspondence theory, yet, pace Gibson (as (...)
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    A Critical Assessment of Ludwig Wittgenstein's SOCIALISED EPISTEMOLOGY.Olaoluwa Andrew Oyedola - 2016 - Dissertation, Obafemi Awolowo Univrsity
    This study identified and characterised Wittgenstein’s socialised epistemology. It examined some arguments against Wittgenstein’s socialised epistemology. It also assessed the strength of Wittgenstein’s socialised epistemology in light of the arguments against it. This was with a view to redirecting epistemology from its endless attempts in refuting radical skepticism to providing a solid ground for knowledge in Wittgenstein’s notion of “forms of life”. The study made use of both primary and secondary sources of data. The primary source comprised a close reading (...)
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