Egbai, Uti O.: Complementary Rationalism as a Mediation between Rational Explanation and Supernaturalism. African Pentecost Journal of Theology, psychology and Social Work, 1.2, 2008: 86-92.
Egbai, Uti O.: A Critique of the Legal System as the Ideal type of Law. Integrative Humanism Journal, 2.1, 2012: 64-75.
Egbai, Uti Ojah and Abel Ushie: The Brain-drain Phenomenon, Perils and Prospects. Contemporary Journal of Arts and Science, 1.2, 2015: 167-173.
Egbai, Uti O.: An Examination of the Nature of the Moral Subject in Immanuel Kant. Integrative Humanism Journal, 1.1, 2011: 81-89.
Egbai, Uti O.: A Comparative Study of Modern Physics and African Science. Journal of Complementary Reflection Studies, 3.1, 2013: 46-59.
Chimakonam Jonathan O. and Egbai Uti Ojah: The Value of Conversational Thinking in Building a Decent World: The Perspective of Post-colonial Sub-Saharan African. Journal of the International Society for Universal Dialogue, 26.4, 2016: 105-117.
Akpan Chris O. and Egbai Uti Ojah: A Critical Examination of the Moral Intrigues in Collaborative Research in the Humanities. American Journal of Social Issues and Humanities, 5.2, 2015: 437- 443.
Egbai, Uti Ojah: Schrodinger and Indeterminancy in Quantum Physics. Contemporary Journal of Arts and Science, 6.4, 2017: 555-563.
Egbai, Uti Ojah: Egyptian-Greek Mathematics and the Deductive System. Contemporary Journal of Arts and Science, 6.4, 2017: 564-575.
Egbai, Uti Ojah: Hempel’s Covering Law Theory and Thermodynamics. Contemporary Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies, 6.5, 2016: 216-220.
Egbai, Uti Ojah: Questioning the Group-Based Approach to Social Equality in the Post-Apartheid South Africa. Filosofia Theoretica Journal of African Philosophy, Culture and Religions, 6.2, 2017: 59-84.
Egbai, Uti Ojah: Why African Philosophers should build systems: An Exercise in conversational thinking. Filosofia Theoretica Journal of African Philosophy, Culture and Religions, 7.1, 2018: 34-52.
Egbai, Uti O.: Is Quantum Mechanics a Complete Theory? A Philosophical Defence of Einstein’s Position. African Journal of Philosophy, 8.2, 2006: 14-19.
Egbai, Uti O.: The Emergence of Subjectivism in Physics and the Possible Implication. Sophia: An African Journal of Philosophy and Public Affairs, 10.1, 2007: 104-106.
Egbai, Uti O.: A Critical Appraisal of the Most Suitable Philosophy of Education for Nigeria. African Journal of Religion, Culture and Society, 2.1, 2008: 97-106.
Egbai, Uti O.: On the Rationality of the Indubitability of Cartesian Mathematical Propositions. International Journal of Research in Arts and Social Sciences (IJRASS), 8.1, 2015: 300-306.
Akpan, Chris O. and Egbai, Uti O.: Communicative Reflection on Plato’s Transcendental Forms, As Matrix for Epistemic Consciousness. Akungba Journal of Applied Philosophy, 1.1 2017: 200-220.
Egbai, Uti O.: An Excavation of Political and Economic though in Gandhi’s Philosophy. The International Research, A Multi-Disciplinary Journal of the Graduate School, University of Calabar,1.2, 2008: 241-244.
Egbai, Uti O.: Psychoanalysis and Science. African Journal of Religion, Culture and Society, 1.2, 2007: 39-41.
Egbai, Uti O. & Doreen, Green N.: The Physician Oath, Impediments and Prospects. African Journal of Culture, Philosophy and Society, 3.1, 2013: 46-59.
Edor, Edor J. and Egbai, Uti O.: Superstition: An Impediment to Development. Sapientia Journal of Philosophy, 5.1, 2015: 43-51.
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|Conference on Perspective in Religion, Terrorism and Development|
Researchers International Network International Conference on “Perspective in Religion, Terrorism and Development” held in the University of Calabar. Paper presented:“The Brain Drain Phenomenon: Perils and Prospects”.
|Start: Monday 13th October, 2014|
End: Thursday 16th October, 2014
|The Nigerian Philosophical Association 2008 Biennial General Meeting and Conference.|
The Nigerian Philosophical Association 2008 Biennial General Meeting and Conference, University of Calabar.
|Start: Thursday 9th October, 2008|
End: Friday 10th October, 2008
|The International Society for Universal Dialogue XI World Congress on “Values |
The International Society for Universal Dialogue XI World Congress on “Values
|Start: Monday 11th July, 2016|
End: Friday 15th July, 2016
|Inter-disciplinary Studies on “Africa: Our untold Stories|
Pan-African Conference on Inter-disciplinary Studies on “Africa: Our untold Stories” held in Onitsha. Paper presented: “The Place of Science and Technology in Africa’s Developmental Drive”.
|Start: Wednesday 20th September, 2017|
End: Saturday 23rd September, 2017
|Globalization and Democratic Values in Africa|
1st Faculty of Arts International Conference on “Globalization and Democratic Values in Africa: Perspectives in Humanities” held in Calabar.
|Start: Wednesday 13th April, 2016|
End: Wednesday 13th April, 2016
|Professional Values and Empowerment for Academic Staff|
Workshop on “Professional Values and Empowerment for Academic Staff” held in University of Calabar Centre for Teaching and Learning Excellence.
|Start: Wednesday 15th August, 2012|
End: Thursday 16th August, 2012
|Repositioning Research in Arts and Social Sciences|
Society for Research and Academic Excellence Conference on “Repositioning Research in Arts and Social Sciences” held in University of Nigeria Nsukka. Paper presented: “On the Rationality of the Indubitability of Cartesian Mathematical Truths”
|Start: Monday 16th February, 2015|
End: Thursday 19th February, 2015
|The Arts/Humanities: Past, Present and Future|
Faculty of Arts International Conference, University of Calabar 2018 on "The Arts/Humanities; Past, Present and Future" held in Calabar." Paper Presented: "The Right to Life: Its Implications in View of Fulani Herdsmen Blood-Letting in Contemporary Nigeria".
|Start: Monday 9th April, 2018|
End: Friday 13th April, 2018
|Society for Research and Academic Excellence 8th International Conference|
Society for Research and Academic Excellence 8th International Conference held in University of Nigeria, Nsukka . Paper presented: “The Rational and Non-rational Dimensions of Modern Science”.
|Start: Monday 5th February, 2018|
End: Thursday 8th February, 2018