Publications by CHRIS OFFONG
Akpan, Chris O. “Ambivalence of Human Existential Situation: A veritable Index of Rational Explanation”. American Journal of Social and Management Sciences.2.1 (2011): 1-10ISSN:2156-1540, USA.
Akpan, Chris O. “The Method of African Science: A Philosophical Evaluation”. American Journal of Social and Management Sciences.2.1 (2011):11-20ISSN No:2156-1540, USA.
Akpan, Chris O. “Frantz Fanon’s Black Race Philosophy: How Relevant in 21st Century Africa?” Integrative Humanism Journal 1.2 (2011):129-140; ISSN No:2026-6286, Ghana.
Akpan, Chris O and Mary J. Egbai (2010). “Complementary Ethical Reflection and the ‘Culture of Normalizing Anomalies’ in Nigeria”. Journal of Complementary Reflection: Studies in Asouzu 1.1 (2011) 33-40ISSN No:2026-6545, Ghana.
Akpan, Chris O. “Traditional African Epistemic Categories and the Question of Rationality: A Case for Reconceptualization”. Aworom Annang: African Journal of Culture, Philosophy and Society. 1.1 (September, 2011): 63-70; ISSN No:2026-6553, Ghana.
Akpan, Chris O and Lucky U. Ogbonnaya. “Between Sartre’s Cat and Mouse Ontology and Asouzu”s Ibuanyidanda: How not to implore inter-personal Relationships. American Journal of Social Issues and Humanities 3.3(2013)140-147;ISSN No:2276-6928, USA.
Akpan, Chris O and Peter T. Etta. “Asouzu’s Complementary Ontology as a Panacea to the Problem of Ethnic Idolization in Nigeria”. British Journal of Arts and Social Sciences 15.2(September 2013): 122-1327;ISSN No:2046-9578, United Kingdom.
Okeke, Jonathan Chimakonam and Chris O. Akpan “An Inquiry into the Moral Question of Xenotransplantation”. Online Journal of Health Ethics 8.1 (2012): 1-13; 7;ISSN No:1551-4218, USA.
Akpan, Chris O and Chris A. Udofia. “Reforming Education in Africa: The Liberative Pedagogy Perspective”. British Journal of Education, Society and Behavioural Science. 6.1 (2014): 71-777;ISSN:2278-0998, United Kingdom.
Akpan, Christopher O and Godwin Adinya Ogabo. “Who is the EducatedMan? A Comparative Inquiry on the African and Western Conceptions”. American Journal of Social Issues and Humanities 4.5 (September, 2014): 335-3437;ISSN:2276-2928, USA.
Akpan, Christopher O. & Sylvester S. Apologun. “An Assessment of Nigerian Educational Problems in the Light of some Philosophical Orientations”. Journal of Emerging Trends in Educational Research and Policy Studies. 6.1(Feb. 2015):89-95; ISSN:2141-6990, United Kingdom.
Akpan, Christopher O. “An Eclectic Complementarist Approach to Understanding Religious Violence”. Contemporary Journal of Inter-disciplinary Studies.2.2 (February, 2015): 336-345;ISSN:2408-5944, Netherland.
Akpan, Chris O and Uti O. Egbai. “A Critical Examination of the Moral Intrigues in Collaborative Research in the Humanities.” American Journal of Social Issues and Humanities. 5.2 (June 2015) ;ISSN:2276-6928, USA.
Akpan, Chris O. “Quantum Mechanics and the Question of Determinism in Science.” SOPHIA: African Journal of Philosophy 8.2 (2005): 72 – 79; ISSN:1119-443x.
Uduigwomen, Andrew F. and Chris O. Akpan. “Obscenity as an Aesthetic Category in African Art: Questioning its Value: African Journal of Religion, Culture and Society 1. 2(2007): 76-82;ISSN:1595-1340.
Uduigwomen, A. F,F. E.Uboh, and Chris O. Akpan. “An Appraisal of the‘Publish or Perish’ Mantra in Tertiary Institutions.” SOPHIA: African Journal of Philosophy and Public Affairs 10.1 (2007): 196 – 2000;ISSN:1119-443x
Akpan, Chris O. “The Question of Value-freedom in the Social Sciences: A Philosophical Reflection.” African Pentecost: Journal of Theology, Psychology and Social Work. 1.2 (2008): 140 – 146.;ISSN:118-5597.
Akpan, Chris O “The Problem of ‘the One and the Many’ in Relation to Traditional African Philosophy”. African Pentecost: Journal of Theology, Psychology and Social Work, 3.2 (2010):88-96;ISSN:1118-5595.
Akpan, Chris O. “A Philosophical Inquiry into the Place of Civil Disobedience in Nigerian Democracy”.The Leajon: An Academic Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies 2.2 (2011): 249-259;ISSN:2141-3479.
Akpan, Chris O. “An Inquiry into the Influence of Metaphysics on the Development of Modern Science”. Ndunode: Calabar Journal of The Humanities 8.1 (January 2009):109-124;ISSN:1117-5621.
Ekeopara, Chike A, Chris O. Akpan & L. Uchenna Ogbonnaya. “An Evaluation of Some Philosophical Problems in Anthropology. Sankofa: Journal of the Humanities. 5.1. (January 2016): 40-57.
Akpan, Chris O and Uti O. Egbai. “Communicative Reflexion on Plato’s ‘Transcendental Forms’ as Matrix for Epistemic Consciousness.” AJAPHIL: Akungba Journal of Applied Philosophy 1.1 (June, 2017): 200-220.
Uduigwomen,A. F and Chris O.Akpan (Eds.). (2012). Metaphysics: A Book of Readings. Calabar: Ultimate Index Book Publishers Limited. ISBN: 978-8073-98-0
Akpan, Chris O. “A Comparative Analysis of Causality in Buddhism and African Philosophy.”Educational Research 2.1(2011): 721-729 @ http.www.interesjournals.org/ERISSN:2141-5161. United Kingdom.
Akpan, Chris O. “Feyerabend’s Philosophy of Science and its Implications for National Development in Africa.” Journal of Indian Council of Philosophical Research (JICPR) XXII.4 (2005): 45-64.ISSN:0970-7794, India.
Ojong, K. A. and Akpan, Chris. “The Problem of Scientific Realism vis-à-vis the Probabilistic Interpretation of Realities in Quantum Physics.” Annals of Humanities and Development Studies 1.1 (2010): 298 – 310ISSN:2141-4343 China
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|The Nigerian Philosophical Association|
2008 Biennial General Meeting and Conference, University of Calabar,
|Start: Thursday 9th October, 2008|
End: Friday 10th October, 2008
|International Conference on “Interactions in the History of Philosophy” |
Held in Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University, Meclis-1 Mebusan Cad, Findikh, Istanbul, Turkey, Paper presented: “Man or the Machines – who is in control? A Re – evaluation through Philosophical Buffers”
|Start: Friday 8th November, 2013|
End: Saturday 9th November, 2013
|Nigerian Philosophical Association (NPA) Biennial Conference on “Philosophy in Africa Today” |
held in University of Uyo, Akwa Ibom State. Paper Presented: “Is Child Abuse a Social Construct? A Critique of the Cultural Relativistic Disposition”
|Start: Wednesday 26th October, 2016|
End: Friday 28th October, 2016
|Education Trust Fund Research Methodology Capacity Building Workshop|
For Lecturers of Tertiary Institutions in Nigeria at Bayero University, Kano.
|Start: Monday 17th May, 2010|
End: Friday 21st May, 2010
|“CALABAR ACADEMIA 2014”: International Conference on “Perspectives in Religion, Terrorismand Development”|
organized by Researchers International Network. Hosted in University of Calabar in Collaboration with Cross River University of Technology, and College of Education, Akamkpa, Cross Rive State. Paper presented: “An Eclectic Complementarist Approach to Understanding Religious Violence”
|Start: Monday 13th October, 2014|
End: Thursday 16th October, 2014