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Dr. Edor John Edor




Senior Lecturer


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About Dr. Edor John Edor

Edor J. Edor is a lecturer in the Department of Philosophy, University of Calabar. He was promoted to the rank of Senior Lecturer with the effect from October 1, 2017. He bagged his PhD in 2010 specializing in Jurisprudence. His other research areas of interest include philosophy of peace and conflict Resolution, Philosophy of Economic and Social Developments, African Philosophy, and History of Philosophy. In the aforementioned areas, Edor J. Edor has published articles, books and books chapters. At the international plane, as in municipal level, law is a set of rules intended for the ordering regulation of the conduct of man or woman. Yet, rules are being violently and the flagrantly violated. Edor proposes “Complimentary International Jurisprudence” as an antidote to global issues. Some scholars in African Philosophy have canvassed the view that African Philosophy can only be predicated on the creation of an African Logic. In the work ‘The Tribalization of Logic. Edor argues that logic is one. Edor is happily married to his heartthrob Corina, and they have children

S/N Qualification School Atttended Started Finished
senior secondary school certificate (SSCE)Secondary School Pope John Paul II Seminary, Okpoma, Yala Local Government Area Cross River State19902001
Bachelors of Philosophy (B.Phil). The Pontification Urban University, Rome. Italy19972001
Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy (B.A)University of Uyo, Uyo, Akwa Ibom State 19972002
Masters of Arts (MA) in Philosophy University of Calabar, Calabar Nigeria20032005
Doctor of Philosophy (Phd)University of Calabar, Calabar Nigeria20052010

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Edor, E. J. (2021). John Rawls’s Concept of Justice as Fairness. PINISI Discretion Review, 4(1), 179-190.
Ogar, T. E., & Edor, E. J. (2020). Creative Cultural Synergy: Towards the Africa of the Future. PINISI Discretion Review, 4(1), 135-150.
Edor, E. J. (2020). A Jurisprudential and Socio-Cultural Reconsideration Of The Rape-Phenonmenon. Jurnal Sosialisasi: Jurnal Hasil Pemikiran, Penelitian dan Pengembangan Keilmuan Sosiologi Pendidikan, (2),50-57.
Ogar, T. E., & Edor, E. J. (2020). The Nothingness of the Gettier Problem. Social Sciences, Humanities and Education Journal (SHE Journal), 1(3), 53-57.
Bassey, E. E., & Edor, E. J. (2020). Malcolm X's Philosophy Of Violence: A Philosophical Paradigm For Social Liberation Of The Black Race Towards Conflict Resolution, Peace And Equality. Social Landscape Journal, 1(3), 8-18.
Edor, E. J. (2020). The Emergence of Civil Society in Hobbesian Philosophy. Jurnal Office, 6(2), 123-130
Edor, J. E. (2017)."Against the Attempts to Manufacture a Multiplicity of Logics in Africa: My Reply to Chimakonam's Rejoinder to Uduma's Response to Etuk's Paper". The LEAJON: An Academic Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies. 8(2), 160-172.
Edor, J. E. (2017). "Why Play into their Hands: A Rejoinder to the Attempts at Manufacturing African Logics". The LEAJON: An Academic Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies. 8(1), 173-193
Odok, J. A. J., Edor, J. E., Uket, A. J. (2017). "Legal Positivism and the Rise of Autocratic Government in Nigeria: Toward Complementary Jurisprudence". The Nigerian Educator. 6(l). 204-212.
Edor, J. E. (2016). "Wither the Evil of Capital Punishment: Focus on the Sixth Commandment of the Decalogue". The Oracle: International Journal of Culture: International Journal of Culture, Religion and Society. 3(4),102-120.
Edor, J. E. (2016). "Capital Punishment: Focus on the sanctity of Human Life in (Boki) Africa". Sapientia Journal of Philosophy. 6, 86-102.
Odok, J. A. J., Edor, J. E. (2010). African Concept of Human Person. The International Researchers. 1, 69 – 78.
Edor, J. E., Odok, J. A. J., (2010). The Marxian School of Law and the Nigerian Legal System. The International Researcher. 1(4). 91-100.
Edor, J. E., & Egu S. (2006). "Education & Humanism". Education for Today: A Journal of the Faculty of Education, University of Calabar, Calabar, 6 (1),183-192.
Edor, J. E. (2005). The inductive predicament as an indispensable sable evil for practical life. Sophia: An African Journal of Philosophy, 8(1), 110-115.

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S/N Conference Description Started Finished
Nigerian Humanist Movement 2007 Annual Convention at Rivers State University of Science and Technology. Superstition: An Impediment to Development2007-08-242007-08-25
Philosophers Association of Nigeria (PAN). Annual Conference and UNESCO World Philosophy Day Celebration. Nigerian Army Resource Centre, Abuja2019-11-202019-11-23