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  1. THE YORUBA NATIONALIST MOVEMENTS, ETHNIC POLITICS AND VIOLENCE: AN ANALYSIS FROM HISTORICAL CONSCIOUSNESS AND SOCIO-POLITICAL SPACE IN SOUTH-WESTERN NIGERIA
  2. POLITICAL ACTION AND SECESSION MOVEMENT IN NIGERIA; CASE STUDY OF BIAFRA
  3. AGRICULTURAL FINANCING OF RICE PRODUCTION IN NIGERIA
  4. SECESSIONIST ASPIRATIONS IN NIGERIA
  5.  THE USE OF MODERN TECHNOLOGIES IN ARCHAEOLOGICAL EXCAVATIONS IN NIGERIA.
  6. NIGERIA ARCHAEOLOGICAL HERITAGE; RESOURCE EXPLOITATION AND TECHNOLOGY
  7. THE EXACT AGE OF AN ANCIENT CIVILIZATION PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS.
  8. THE USE OF THERMAL IMAGERY IN THE ARCHAEOLOGICAL RESEARCH 
  9. ARCHAEOLOGY OF DWELLING; THE DYNAMICS BETWEEN HOUSE AND SOCIETY IN PREHISTORIC SCANDINAVIA 
  10. THEMATIC ISSUE OF HISTORICAL ARCHAEOLOGY ON LABOUR IN NIGERIA 
  11. THEMATIC ISSUE; CHALLENGING THEORIES OF RACISM, DIASPORA, AND AGENCY IN AFRICAN AMERICA. 
  12. REGIONAL INTRODUCTIONS IN HISTORICAL ARCHAEOLOGY.
  13. EQUITY ISSUES FOR ALL, HISTORICAL ARCHAEOLOGY AS A PROFESSION IN THE 21ST CENTURY. 
  14. UTILISATION OF ANCIENT DNA FROM CHARRED SEEDS IN STUDIES OF THE PHYLOGENETICS AND POPULATION GENETICS OF CULTIVATED PLANTS. 
  15. BIOLOGICAL AND CULTURAL IDENTITY OF FARMERS. 
  16. MOBILITY, MIGRATION AND DIET IN THE EARLY STONE AGE. 
  17. AN INVESTIGATION OF THE DEMOSTICATION OF NIGERIA THROUGH PHYLOGENETIC, ARCHAEOBOTANICAL AND DNA ANALYSIS. 
  18. THE ROLE OF ANIMAL HUSBANDRY IN LATE IRON AGE 
  19. THE ROLE AND SIGNIFICANCE OF NEWBORN CHILDREN AND INFANTS IN THE SOCIETY. 
  20. IDENTIFYING ANCIENT LAND USE THROUGH THE FUNCTIONAL ECOLOGY OF CROP WEED.
  21. PHYLOGENETICS AND POPULATION GENETICS OF CULTIVATED PLANTS. 
  22. ANALYSIS OF THE STONE ARTIFACTS OF UGWUELE.
  23. PROCESS AND AGENCY IN EARLY STATE FORMATION.
  24. THE PRIMACY OF THE ETHICAL. PROPOSITIONS FOR A MILITANT
  25. VISIONS OF DISCIPLINE- SIR MORTIMER WHEELER AND THE ARCHAEOLOGICAL METHOD
  26. SLIDING TOWARDS ARMAGEDDON: REVISITING ETHNO-RELIGIOUS CRISES IN NIGERIA
  27. NIGERIA’S MULTI-ETHNO-CULTURAL COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM AND ITS INFLUENCE UPON SOCIAL AND BUSINESS BEHAVIOR
  28. A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF PSYCHOLOGICAL AND RELIGIOUS THOUGHT
  29. AN INVESTIGATION INTO THE SPREAD OF CIVILIZATION IN NIGERIA
  30. ANCIENT NEAR EASTERN INFLUENCE IN NIGERIA
  31. THE PERSPECTIVES OF ANCIENT KINGDOMS OF SOUTH WEST: NIGERIA-CENTRED
  32. THE HISTORY OF THE YORUBAS: FROM THE EARLIEST TIMES TO THE BEGINNING OF THE BRITISH PROTECTORATE
  33. PREHISTORIC CULTURAL STAGE AND THE USE OF STONE TOOLS IN NIGERIA
  34. THE NOK OF NIGERIA: WEST AFRICA’S EARLIEST-KNOWN CIVILIZATION AND THE DIGGING STICK
  35. AN INVESTIGATION INTO THE ANCIENT EGYPTIAN CULTURAL INFLUENCES ON THE YORUBAS OF NIGERIA
  36. CHRISTIAN RESPONSES TO THE BIOLOGICAL THEORY OF HUMAN EVOLUTION
  37. CHANGE AND CONTINUITY: THE YORUBA BELIEF IN LIFE AFTER DEATH
  38. SOME REFLECTION ON ANCESTOR WORSHIP IN NIGERIA
  39. AN EXPOSITION OF IFA LITERARY CORPUS
  40. THE RITUAL LAMENT IN NIGERIA TRADITION
  41. YORUBA BELIEFS AND SACRIFICIAL RITES
  42. MYTHS, RITUALS, AND REALITY OF TRADITIONAL CONCEPT OF DEATH AND IMMORTALITY AMONG THE PEOPLE OF ORA: A PHENOMENOLOGICAL APPROACH.
  43. YORUBA RITUAL: PERFORMER, PLAYS AND AGENCY. AFRICAN  SYSTEMS OF THOUGHT.
  44. THE YORUBA – SPEAKING PEOPLE OF THE SLAVE COAST OF WEST AFRICA. THEIR RELIGIONMANNERS, CUSTOMS, LAWS AND LANGUAGE.
  45. TRADITIONAL  YORUBA  PHILOSOPHY  AND CONTEMPORARY AFRICAN REALITIES.
  46. A STUDY OF OLÓDÙMARÈ: GOD IN YORUBA BELIEF.
  47. AFRICAN  PHILOSOPHY:  THE  DEMISE  OF  A  CONTROVERSY.
  48. WOMEN IN THE YORUBA RELIGIOUS SPHERE STATE
  49. MIASMA:  POLLUTION AND  PURIFICATION  IN EARLY  GREEK  RELIGION.
  50. BURIAL CUSTOMS, THE AFTERLIFE AND POLLUTION IN YORUBA
  51. READING’ GREEK DEATH: TO THE END OF CLASSICAL PERIOD.
  52. CONTRADICTIONS IN YORUBA FOLK BELIEFS CONCERNING POST-LIFE EXISTENCE : THE ADO EXAMPLE
  53. A CRITIQUE OF TRADITIONAL IGBO AND YORUBA MORAL PERSPECTIVES ON EVIL
  54. A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF YORUBA IDEA OF THE GOOD LIFE IN IFA LITERARY CORPUS
  55. AN EXPLORATION OF IGBO CONCEPT OF A GOOD PERSON.
  56. SUPERSTITIOUS BELIEF OF YORUBA ETHNIC GROUP THAT AFFECT SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND LEARNING IN NIGERIA
  57. A SOFT-DETERMINISTIC INTERPRETATION ON THE CONCEPTS OF ORI AND HUMAN DESTINY IN TRADITIONAL YORUBA THOUGHT
    SOME COMPARISONS OF THE CONCEPT OF EVIL IN YORUBA AND IGBO THOUGHTS
  58. PERFORMANCE IN TRANSATLANTIC COMMUNITIES IN NIGERIA
  59. PANAFRICANISM, AND THE POLITICS OF AFRICAN CITIZENSHIP AND IDENTITY
  60. AN ETHICO-SOCIOLOGICAL INTERPRETATION OF HUMAN PERSONALITY AND THE YORUBA WORLDVIEW
  61. TOWARD A THEORY OF DESTINY: COMPANION TO AFRICAN PHILOSOPHY
  62. CHRISTIANITY AND IGBO CULTURE: CONTEMPORARY ANGLOPHONE AFRICAN PHILOSOPHY
  63. THE HISTORY OF THE YORUBAS: FROM THE EARLIEST TIMES TO THE BEGINNING OF THE BRITISH PROTECTORATE.
  64. A STUDY OF BISHOP SHANAHAM OF SOUTHERN NIGERIA.
  65. YORUBA CUSTOMS AND BELIEFS PERTAINING TO TWINS.
  66. HERMENEUTICS OF GOD IN IGBO ONTOLOGY.
  67. ASPECTS OF COMMUNITY COMMUNALISM: PERSPECTIVES ON NIGERIA COMMUNALISM.
  68. MARGINALIZATION OF SOME ETHNIC NATIONALITIES IN NIGERIA: THE IGBO EXPERIENCE.
  69. THE DEAD AMONG THE LIVING: MASQUERADES IN IGBO SOCIETY. NIMO: ASELE INSTITUTE.
  70. CRIME AND PUNISHMENT IN IGBO CUSTOMARY LAW: THE CHALLENGE OF NIGERIAN CRIMINAL JURISPRUDENCE.
  71. A SOCIO-PRAGMATIC PERSPECTIVE OF THE NATURE, FORM AND FUNCTIONS OF YORUBA PROVERBS
  72. SOCIAL AND POLITICAL FRAMEWORK OF TRADITIONAL YORUBA.
  73. AJANTALA, THE NOXIOUS GUEST IS BORN. YORUBA FOLK TALES.
  74. SPIRIT- BETWEEN MAN AND GOD: AN IGBO AFRICAN APPRECIATION.
  75. THE EVIL NATURE OF HOMICIDE IN TRADITIONAL IGBO MORAL ORDER.
  76. THE SCULPTURE AND MYTHS OF ESHU-ELEGBA, THE YORUBA TRICKSTER: A DEFINITION AND INTERPRETATION IN YORUBA ICONOGRAPHY.
  77. THE CULTURE OF THE ANCIENT INDIANS INFLUENCED ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF NIGERIA CULTURE
  78. SAVAGE SYSTEMS: COLONIALISM AND COMPARATIVE RELIGION IN SOUTHWEST NIGERIA.
  79. RADICAL KNOWING. UNDERSTANDING CONSCIOUSNESS THROUGH RELATIONSHIP.
  80. FOUNDATIONS OF AN AFRICAN ETHIC. BEYOND THE UNIVERSAL CLAIMS OF WESTERN MORALITY.
  81. FAITH, SCIENCE & NIGERIA CULTURE: AFRICAN COSMOLOGY AND AFRICA’S CONTRIBUTION TO SCIENCE.
  82. YORUBA PHILOSOPHY: INDIVIDUALITY, COMMUNITY, AND THE MORAL ORDER.
  83. ESTABLISHING DIALOGUE: THOUGHTS ON COSMOLOGY, RELIGION AND SCIENCE.
  84. INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE SYSTEMS: RELIGION IDEM PHILOSOPHY.
  85. BUILDING ON THE INDIGENOUS: NIGERIA PERSPECTIVE.
  86. THE INVENTION OF AFRICA. GNOSIS, PHILOSOPHY, AND THE ORDER OF KNOWLEDGE.
  87. SAGE PHILOSOPHY: INDIGENOUS THINKERS AND MODERN DEBATE ON AFRICAN PHILOSOPHY: NIGERIA
  88. NEGOTIATING LOCAL KNOWLEDGE IN NIGERIA: POWER, IDENTITY AND DEVELOPMENT.
  89. ANYIAM-OSIGWE’S (HOLISTIC) POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY AND THE NIGER DELTA POST-AMNESTY PROGRAMME
  90. COLONIAL LEGAL REASONING IN THE POST-COLONIAL AFRICAN STATE: A CRITIQUE AND A DEFENSE OF THE ARGUMENT FROM AFRICAN METAPHYSICAL EPISTEMOLOGY
  91. NIGERIA, POVERTY AND FORCES OF CHANGE: A HOLISTIC APPROACH TO PERCEIVING AND ADDRESSING POVERTY IN NIGERIA
  92. MENTAL ALIENATION AND NIGERIA IDENTITY: EXPLORING HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES IN RESPONSE TO THE CRISES OF NIGERIA SOCIETIES
  93. MARRIAGE AND MEANINGFUL EXISTENCE: A PHILOSOPHIC RESPONSE TO THE POLEMICS ON MARRIAGE IN NIGERIA
  94. BIBLICAL ETHICS AND THE ENVIRONMENTAL WELL-BEING
  95. SOCIO-POLITICAL IMPACT OF AMNESTY PROGRAMME ON THE NIGER DELTA AREA OF NIGERIA
  96. REVISITING THE PEACE-BUILDING EFFORTS IN POST CONFLICT NIGER DELTA, NIGERIA: A CASE STUDY OF THE AMNESTY PROGRAMME
  97. SURVIVAL STRATEGIES AND CITIZENSHIP CLAIMS: YOUTH & THE UNDERGROUND OIL ECONOMY IN POST-AMNESTY NIGER DELTA
  98. THE IRONY OF AMNESTY PROGRAMME: INCESSANT OIL THEFT AND ILLEGAL BUNKERING IN THE NIGER DELTA REGION OF NIGERIA
  99. EX-MILITANTS’ SUBSTANCE USE AND THEIR PERCEPTIONS OF THE EFFECTIVENESS OF AMNESTY PROGRAMME IN THE NIGER DELTA
  100. OLODUMARE: GOD IN YORUBA BELIEF AND THE THEISTIC PROBLEM OF EVIL
  101. BELIEF IN A GOOD AND LOVING GOD: A CASE STUDY IN THE VARIETIES OF A RELIGIOUS BELIEF
  102. A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF THE NAME OF GOD IN EXODUS AND YORUBA COSMOLOGY
  103. A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF GOD IN EXODUS 15:1-3 AND YORUBA WORLDVIEW
  104. PROVERBS AND CONFLICT MANAGEMENT IN AFRICA: A STUDY OF SELECTED YORUBA PROVERBS AND PROVERBIAL EXPRESSIONS
  105. ATTRIBUTES OF GOD: CONCEPTUAL FOUNDATIONS OF A FOUNDATIONAL BELIEF
  106. OBSTINACY IN RELIGIOUS BELIEF: A STUDY OF C.S. LEWIS’S EPISTEMOLOGY
  107. A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF MORPHOLOGICALLY CONSTRUCTED AGENT NOUNS IN FRENCH AND YORUBA
  108. THE STUDY OF CHILDREN IN MARK 10:13 -16 FROM A YORUBA PERSPECTIVE
  109. WOMEN IN THE VIKING AGE. DEATH, LIFE AFTER DEATH AND BURIAL CUSTOMS
  110. DEATH AND POLITICS: THE SOCIAL ORGANIZATION STRUCTURE OF YORUBA REFLECTED IN BURIAL CUSTOMS
  111. IRON AGE BURIAL CUSTOMS IN YORUBA AND THEIR PLACE IN THE FUNERARY GEOGRAPHY OF NIGERIA.
  112. STUDENTS’ PERCEPTION OF THE AVAILABILITY AND UTILIZATION OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY (ICT) IN THE TEACHING AND LEARNING OF SCIENCE SUBJECTS IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN EKITI STATE, NIGERIA
  113. EFFECT OF MASTERY LEARNING APPROACH (MLA) ON THE PERFORMANCE OF BOYS AND GIRLS IN PUBLIC PRIMARY SCHOOLS IN BASIC SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY IN JOS METROPOLIS NIGERIA
  114. IN THE MIND AND IN THE TECHNOLOGY: THE VICARIOUS PRESENCE OF THE TEACHER IN PUPIL’S LEARNING OF SCIENCE IN COLLABORATIVE GROUP ACTIVITY AT THE INTERACTIVE WHITEBOARD
  115. AWARENESS, ACCESSIBILITY AND USABILITY OF INTERNET TECHNOLOGY IN PROMOTING EFFECTIVE TEACHING AND LEARNING OF BASIC SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY AMONG SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN EPE LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF LAGOS STATE, NIGERIA
  116. POLITICAL DISCOURSES IN CONTEMPORARY ANGLOPHONE LITERATURE AND CULTURE
  117. BALANCING CHRISTIANITY AND CULTURE: THE PENTECOSTALS IN DIASPORA
  118. COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE MONOTHEISTIC NATURE OF GOD IN CHRISTIANITY AND AFRICAN TRADITIONAL RELIGION: THE IGBO CONTEXT
  119. EMERGENCE AND CONTRIBUTIONS OF CONTEMPORARY AFRICAN CULTURE TO PARENTING
  120. THE SYMBOLISM OF OFFOR IN IGBO TRADITIONAL RELIGION
  121. RELIGION AS A SOCIAL INSTITUTION: A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE IGBO OF NIGERIA AND THE DOGON OF MALI
  122. A SOCIOLOGICAL CASE STUDY OF RELIGION’S INTEGRATION OF AFRICAN TRADITIONAL RELIGION AND CHRISTIANITY IN NIGERIA
  123. THE LAMB OF GOD WHO TAKES AWAY SIN OF JOHN 1,29 AND SACRIFICE OF ATONEMENT IN THE TRADITIONAL RELIGION
  124. THE PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE OF JUSTICE IN TRADITIONAL IGBO JURISPRUDENCE
  125. POWER, DISCOURSE AND THE APPROPRIATION OF GOD: CHRISTIANITY AND SUBVERSION IN NIGERIA
  126. THE SOCIO-CULTURAL ENCOUNTER OF CHRISTIANITY WITH TRADITIONAL RELIGION
  127. GOD IN POLISH PAREMIOLOGY – ON THE PROVERBS AS GUARDIANS OF TRADITIONAL RELIGION AND MORAL CODE.
  128. SCIENCE IN THE PERSPECTIVE OF TRADITIONAL RELIGION, ISLAM AND CHRISTIANITY
  129. GOD IS IN THE DETAILS: COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVES ON THE INTERTWINING OF RELIGION AND ASSISTED REPRODUCTIVE TECHNOLOGIES
  130. THE SOCIOLOGICAL AND HUMAN RIGHTS IMPLICATIONS OF OSTRACISM: THE CASE OF OSU CASTE IN THE IGBO ETHNIC GROUP OF NIGERIA
  131. RADIOLOGIC EVALUATION OF THE ORBITAL INDEX AMONG THE IGBO ETHNIC GROUP OF NIGERIA
  132. THE IGBO ENTREPRENEUR IN THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF NIGERIA
  133. THE TRANSFORMATION OF THE BAKASSI BOYS VIGILANTE GROUP AMONG THE IGBO ETHNIC GROUP OF NIGERIA INTO A COMMUNITY POLICE FORCE
  134. THE EXPERIENCE OF MARGINALIZATION IN NEW NURSING GRADUATES
  135. A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF INTER RELIGIOUS TOLERANCE AMONG HAUSA, IGBO AND YORUBA ETHNIC GROUPS IN NIGERIA
  136. ENHANCING THE ROLE OF WOMEN IN CROP PRODUCTION: A CASE STUDY OF IGBO WOMEN IN NIGERIA
  137. THE URBAN FABRIC OF IGBO ARCHITECTURE IN SOUTH-EASTERN NIGERIA
  138. CONTINUING THE QUEST OF DIALECTICAL ANTHROPOLOGY IN THE 21ST CENTURY: REFLECTIONS ON THE IGBO OF NIGERIA
  139. A SOCIOLINGUISTIC STUDY OF IGBA-NKWU CEREMONY IN THE CENTRAL IGBO SOCIETY OF NIGERIA
  140. THE COMMUNICATIVENESS OF INCANTATIONS IN THE TRADITIONAL IGBO SOCIETY
  141. CULTURE IN A DYNAMIC SOCIETY: A DIALOGIC ASSESSMENT OF IBIBIO MASQUERADES IN THE AGE OF TECHNOLOGY
  142. THE LIVING DEAD AND THE DEAD LIVING: CONTAGION AND COMPLICITY IN NIGERIA CONTEMPORARY UNIVERSITIES
  143. STABILITY (TEST-RETEST) RELIABILITY, CONCURRENT, CONVERGENT AND DIVERGENT VALIDITY OF THE IGBO VERSION OF PARTICIPATION SCALE (I-PSCALE) AMONG PEOPLE LIVING WITH HANSEN’S DISEASE IN SOUTH-EAST NIGERIA
  144. THE SYNERGY BETWEEN SOCIAL JUSTICE AND COMPASSION IN IGBO TRADITIONAL SOCIETY: A RECONSIDERATION
  145. LAW AND SOCIETY IN THE DEAD SEA SCROLLS
  146. LANGUAGE, GESTURES & SPACE IN THE CLASSROOM OF DEAD POETS SOCIETY
  147. SAFEGUARDING THE IGBO LANGUAGE THROUGH TEACHING IGBO CHILDREN IN DIASPORA
  148. AMOS AMONG THE ‘DEAD PROPHETS SOCIETY’: RE-READING THE LION’S ROAR
  149. THE INSTITUTION OF MASKING, WALL AND BODY PAINTING IN TRADITIONAL IGBO SOCIETY
  150. COEXISTENCE OF THE LIVING AND THE DEAD
  151. LIVING REWARDS FOR DEAD APOSTLES: ‘BAPTISED FOR THE DEAD’ IN 1 CORINTHIANS 15.29
  152. THE CONCEPT OF LEADERSHIP IN IGBO SOCIETY; PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE
  153. DEAD-SURVIVORS, THE LIVING DEAD, AND CONCEPTS OF DEATH
  154. SOCIO-RELIGIOUS SIGNIFICANCE OF PUBERTY RITES OF PASSAGE IN THE TRADITION OF IGBO SOCIETY – THE CASE OF MY VILLAGE
  155. IDENTITY CONSTRUCTION AND NEGOTIATION AMONG SECOND-GENERATION IGBO YOUNG ADULTS IN THE UNITED STATES
  156. THE ROLE OF YORUBA EMERE AND IGBO PORTAL GODS IN ABIKU/OGBANJE
  157. A CONTRASTIVE STUDY OF THE PHONOLOGY OF IGBO AND YORUBA
  158. DEVELOPMENT OF THE CONCEPT CHEMICAL SUBSTANCE: SOME THOUGHTS AND ARGUMENTS
  159. ASSESSING THE ENDANGERMENT STATUS OF YORUBA AND IGBO LANGUAGES IN AFRICA
  160. PERCEPTION OF SYNTAGMATIC TONE INTERVALS IN IGBO AND YORUBA
  161. THE ANTHROPOMETRIC MEASUREMENT OF THE AURICLE IN IGBO AND YORUBA ETHNIC GROUPS OF THE NIGERIAN ADULT POPULATION.
  162. SAYING “NO” IN YOURUBA: SOME PRELIMINARY THOUGHTS ON HOSPITALITY, GENDER AND THE EVIL EYE
  163. A CRITICAL APPRAISAL OF THE IGBO AND YORUBA CONCEPTIONS OF HUMAN PERSONALITY
  164. ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF AFRICAN JURISPRUDENCE: YORUBA AND IGBO SOCIETIES AS CASE STUDIES
  165. SOME THOUGHTS ON THE BANALITY OF EVIL, INSPIRED BY A CONVERSATION WITH JEAN-PAUL BRODEUR
  166. SOME THOUGHTS ON THE LOGICAL ASPECTS OF THE PROBLEM OF EVIL
  167. SYSTEMATIZATION OF THE CONCEPT OF DEMONIC AND EVIL IN MONGOLIAN FOLK RELIGION.
  168. A PHILOSOPHICAL ANALYSIS OF THE CONCEPT OF GOOD AND BAD AS IT EXISTS IN CLASSICAL YORUBA (AFRICAN) MORAL SYSTEM
  169. DISCRIMINATORY PROPERTY INHERITANCE RIGHTS UNDER THE YORUBA AND IGBO CUSTOMARY LAW IN NIGERIA: THE NEED FOR REFORMS
  170. THE DARK WIND: WITCHES AND THE CONCEPT OF EVIL
  171. A PHILOSOPHICAL ANALYSIS OF THE CONCEPT OF GOOD AND BAD AS IT EXISTS IN CLASSICAL YORUBA MORAL SYSTEM
  172. A NECESSARY EVIL: THE CONCEPT OF ẒULM IN ARAB POLITICAL DISCOURSE AND ITS HISTORIC ROOTS
  173. AUROBINDO’S CONCEPT OF LILA AND THE PROBLEM OF EVIL
  174. WITCHES, WHORES AND SORCERERS: THE CONCEPT OF EVIL IN EARLY IRAN BY S.K. MENDOZA FORREST
  175. POVERTY ALLEVIATION IN NIGERIA: LESSONS FROM SOCIOECONOMIC THOUGHTS OF THE YORUBA
  176. THE ARCHAEOLOGY AND PALYNOLOGY OF AJABA, A LATE IRON-AGE SETTLEMENT IN NORTH-EAST YORUBA LAND, NIGERIA: SOME PRELIMINARY RESULTS
  177. SOME THOUGHTS ON THE ROLE OF FISCAL POLICY IN STABILIZATION AND STRUCTURAL ADJUSTMENT IN NIGERIA
  178. SOME THOUGHTS ON THE PSYCHOLOGY OF INTEGRATION OF INFORMATICS IN HEALTHCARE: NIGERIA SUGGESTION
  179. SOME THOUGHTS ON THE PHYSIOLOGY OF CAFFEINE IN COFFEE: AND A GLIMPSE OF METABOLITE PROFILING
  180. BLOOD AND SALT: SOME THOUGHTS EVOLVING FROM THE TOPOGRAPHY OF THE BATTLE AT DYRRACHIUM
  181. SOME THOUGHTS ON AND IMPLICATION FROM GENRE CATEGORIZATION IN THE PSALMS OF SOLOMON
  182. THE CONCEPT OF ORI IN THE TRADITIONAL YORUBA VISUAL REPRESENTATION OF HUMAN FIGURES.
  183. EVIL IS AS REAL AS HUMAN EXISTENCE: PROVIDE A COMPREHENSIVE AND CRITICAL DEVELOP RESPONSE TO THE PROBLEM OF EVIL FROM YORUBA
  184. NEW THOUGHTS ABOUT THE CONCEPT OF JUSTIFICATION IN THE CRIMINAL LAW: A CRITIQUE OF FLETCHER’S THINKING AND RETHINKING
  185. PHILOSOPHY BY WAY OF HISTORY AND THE HUMANITIES: SOME THOUGHTS
  186. COSTS OF GUNSHOT AND CUT/STAB WOUNDS IN THE YORUBA, WITH SOME IGBO COMPARISONS
  187. SOME THOUGHTS ON HOW CHAOS AND COMPLEXITY THEORY MIGHT APPLY IN THE AREAS OF BUSINESS PSYCHOLOGY
  188. SOME THOUGHTS AND REFLECTIONS ON THE USE OF ILLUSTRATION IN BIODIVERSITY EDUCATION CAMPAIGNS
  189. THE MORALS OF LIABILITY SOME THOUGHTS ON HUMANITARIANS IN COURT.