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Dr. Emmanuel Bassey Eyo

Associate professor
Philosophy
emmaeyo@unical.edu.ng

Emmanuel Bassey Eyo is an Associate Professor in the Department of Philosophy, University of Calabar, Calabar. He was employed in the University in 1998, He holds a Ph.D degree in Philosophy from the University of Calabar (2005) and presently Chairman Departmental Graduate Committee, Department of Philosophy. He was welfare Officer ASUU-UCB in 2008, and Vice Chairman ASUU-UCB from 2010-2012. He has successfully supervised one Ph.D thesis and one Masters of Arts (M.A) thesis. He has attended five conferences both locally and internationally. He has also published 21 Articles in both local and international Journals. He is a member of “Do No Harm Network Outreach Nigeria”. His institutional email is emmaeyo@unical.edu.ng and personal email is dremmanueleyo@yahoo.com. His phone no. is +2348032584138

Eyo, Emmanuel B., Edward Wilson’s, (2015). Conception of Socio-Biology: Its Implications for the study of Philosophy of Science. SOPHIA, 15.2: 117-124.


Eyo, Emmanuel Bassey and Chris A. Udofia. (2011). Taxanomy of Methods of Conflict Resolution.SOPHIA, An African Journal of Philosophy and Public Affairs. 13.2: 51-56.


Eyo, Emmanuel B. "Malcolm X’s Theory of Violence in Conflict Resolution". Journal of Complementary: Reflection: Studies in Asouzu, 2011. 1.1, 182-186.


Eyo, Emmanuel B., and Udofia Christopher A. (2016). Critics of Metaphysics, The LeajonAn Academic Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies.,7.2: 148-158.


Eyo, Emmanuel B. “The Relevance of Philosophy to Human Community and Human Good” Flash: Journal of Philosophy and Religion, 2015. 9.1, 43-54.


Eyo Emmanuel B. and Ojong Felix O. E. “Peace and Conflict as a Foundation for National Development” SOPHIA. An African Journal of Philosophy and Public Affairs.2008. 11.1, 15.


Eyo, Emmanuel B., “Edward Wilson’s, Conception of Socio-Biology: Its Implications for the study of Philosophy of Science”. SOPHIA, 2015. (15.2), 117-124.


Eyo, Emmanuel B. “Hume’s Notion of Causation and its Implications for Logical Positivists Rejection of Metaphysics”. Flash: Journal of Philosophy and Religion, 2014. 8.2.,133-41.


Eyo, Emmanuel B. “Non- Violence Approach to Conflict Resolution: Gandhi’s Perspective”, “The Leajon” ‘Academic Journal of interdisciplinary studies 2012. 3.3, 153-160.


Eyo, Emmanuel B; “Martin Luther King Jr’s Theory of Non Violence in Conflict Resolution”, Calabar Studies in Language. (CACIL) www.french lecture) 2011. 17.1, 150-170.


Eyo Emmanuel B. “Language and Logic in Decision Making”: A Philosophy Scrutiny SOPHIA An African Journal of Philosophy and Public Affairs. 2008. 10.2: 77-80.


Eyo Emmanuel B. “St Thmas Aquinas On the Meaning of Law” ‘An Appraisal African Journal of Religion. Culture and Society. 2007. 1.2, 42-45.


Eyo, Emmanuel B. “Frantz Fanon’s Model of Conflict Resolution” The Leajon “An Academic Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies 2012. 3.3, 144-152.


Eyo, Emmanuel B and Ojong Felix O. E. “An Expose of the Concept of Witchcraft in African (Efik and Ejagham) Thought System ”. The International Researcher. 2009. 1.3 128-133.


Eyo, Emmanuel Bassey and Chris A. Udofia. ‘Taxanomy of Methods of Conflict Resolution. SOPHIA, An African Journal of Philosophy and Public Affairs 2011. 13.2, 51-56.


Eyo, Emmanuel and Ogar Joseph N, “The Socratic Dictum’ Man knows Thyself and The Problem of Personal Identity” SOPHIA An African Journal of Philosophy and Public Affairs. 2013. 15.1.


Eyo, Emmanuel B., and Udofia Christopher A. “Critics of Metaphysics” The Leajon An Academic Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies. 2016. 7.2, 148-158.


Eyo, Emmanuel B. “Marxism in Welfarist Perspective” African Journal of Religion. Culture and Society. 2006 1.1, 60-65.


Eyo, Emmanuel B., and Diana-Abasi Ibanga Francis, "A Colloquy on violence and Non-violence: Towards A Complimentary Conflict Resolution", American Journal of Social Issues and Humanities, 2017. 7.2, 137-150.


Patrick Johnson Mendie and Emmanuel Bassey Eyo, "The Confluence of Philosophy and Biology: An Excavation of Philosophical Issues in Molecular and Developmental Biology". The Online Journal of Health Ethics OJHE, 2016. 12.2, 60-67.


Eyo, Emmanuel B., and Essien, Amambo Edung, Frantz Fanon’s " Philosophy of Violence and the Participation of Intellectuals in the Advancement of Social Liberation in Africa". Africology: The Journal of Pan African Studies, 2017. 10:3, 62-74.


Patrick Johnson Mendie and Eyo, Emmanuel B. Environmental Challenges and Axiology: Towards Complementary Studies in Eco-philosophy, Journal of Integrative Humanism 2016. 7.1, 176-186.


Ephraim Stephen Essien, (Ph.D), Emmanuel B. Eyo (Ph.D), Edor J. Edor (Ph.D). “Inductive and Casual Arguments: Hume’s Address and Poppers Response”. Integrative Humanism Journal. 2011 1.2, 168-180.


Eyo, Emmanuel B. "Servant Leadership and its Ethical Challenges", Journal of Integrative Humanism, 2016. 7.1, 166-175.


Eyo, Emmanuel and Ogar Joseph N, (2013). The Socratic Dictum’ Man knows Thyself and The Problem of Personal Identity, SOPHIAAn African Journal of Philosophy and Public Affairs. 15.1.


Eyo, Emmanuel B. (2012). Frantz Fanon’s Model of Conflict Resolution, TheLeajon, An Academic Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies 3.3: 144-152.


Eyo, Emmanuel B. (2006). Marxism in Welfarist Perspective, African Journal of Religion. Culture and Society. 1.1: 60-65.


Eyo Emmanuel B. (2007). St Thomas Aquinas On the Meaning of Law, An Appraisal African Journal of Religion. Culture and Society. 1.2: 42-45.


Eyo Emmanuel B. (2008). Language and Logic in Decision Making: A Philosophy Scrutiny SOPHIA An African Journal of Philosophy and Public Affairs. 10.2: 77-80.


Eyo, Emmanuel B; (2011). Martin Luther King Jr’s Theory of Non Violence in Conflict Resolution, Calabar Studies in Language. (CACIL) 17.1: 150-170.


Ephraim Stephen Essien, (Ph.D), Emmanuel B. Eyo (Ph.D), Edor J. Edor (Ph.D). (2011). Inductive and Casual Arguments: Hume’s Address and Poppers Response. Integrative Humanism Journal. 1.2.:168-180.


Patrick Johnson Mendie and Eyo, Emmanuel B. (2016). Environmental Challenges and Axiology: Towards Complementary Studies in Eco-philosophy, Journal of Integrative Humanism, 7.1: 176-186.


Patrick Johnson Mendie and Emmanuel Bassey Eyo, (2016). The Confluence of Philosophy and Biology: An Excavation of Philosophical Issues in Molecular and Developmental Biology.The Online Journal of Health Ethics OJHE,12.2: 60-67.


Eyo, Emmanuel B., and Essien, Amambo Edung, (2017). Frantz Fanon’s Philosophy of Violence and the Participation of Intellectuals in the Advancement of Social Liberation in Africa. Africology:The Journal of Pan African Studies,10:3: 62-74.


Eyo, Emmanuel B., and Diana-Abasi Ibanga Francis, (2017). A Colloquy on violence and Non-violence: Towards A Complimentary Conflict Resolution, American Journal of Social Issues and Humanities, 7.2: 137-150.


Eyo, Emmanuel B and Ojong Felix O. E. (2009). An Expose of the Concept of Witchcraft in African (Efik and Ejagham) Thought System. The International Researcher. 1.3: 128-133.


Eyo, Emmanuel B. (2012). Non- Violence Approach to Conflict Resolution: Gandhi’s Perspective, The Leajon, Academic Journal of interdisciplinary studies, 3.3: 153-160.


Eyo Emmanuel B. and Ojong Felix O. E. (2008). Peace and Conflict as a Foundation for National Development, SOPHIA. An African Journal of Philosophy and Public Affairs. 11.1: 15.


Eyo, Emmanuel B. (2015), The Relevance of Philosophy to Human Community and Human Good, Flash: Journal of Philosophy and Religion, 9.1: 43-54.


Eyo, Emmanuel B. (2014). Hume’s Notion of Causation and its Implications for Logical Positivists Rejection of Metaphysics. Flash: Journal of Philosophy and Religion, 8.133-41(2).


Eyo, Emmanuel B., (2016). Servant Leadership and its Ethical Challenges, Journal of Integrative Humanism, 7.1: 166-175.


Eyo, Emmanuel B. "Malcolm X’s Theory of Violence in Conflict Resolution". Journal of Complementary: Reflection: Studies in Asouzu, 1.1 (2011), 182-186. Print.




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Showing All Conferences Attended

Paper Presented: Gender Equality: Towards the Advancement of Democracy in Nigeria
First Faculty of Arts Conference, University of Calabar, Calabar, April 12th-15th, 2016
Start: Tuesday 12th April, 2016
End: Friday 15th April, 2016
Paper Presented: The use of Non Violence in Conflict Resolution in Nigeria
Do No Harm Network Outreach Conference Enugu April 2nd-4th, 2017.
Start: Sunday 2nd April, 2017
End: Tuesday 4th April, 2017
Paper Presented: Indigenous African Languages: Towards the Advancement of African Philosophy
Attended a 3 day Nigeria Philosophical Association Biennial International Conference University of Uyo, October 26th -28th 2016
Start: Wednesday 26th October, 2016
End: Friday 28th October, 2016
Paper Presented: Feminists Mediations on the Quest for Equality in Africa
Attended a 4 day Premier Edition of Faculty of Arts International Conference, University of Calabar. 12th – 15th April, 2017
Start: Wednesday 12th April, 2017
End: Saturday 15th April, 2017
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