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Mr. Lawrence Odey Ojong




Assistant Lecturer


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About Mr. Lawrence Odey Ojong

Lawrence Odey Ojong was employed by University of Calabar on 18th November, 2014 in the Department of Philosophy. Lawrence is hard working and a person who accepts responsibilities and executes them well without fear or favour. He holds the following degrees from University of Abuja (B.A in Philosophy), University of Calabar (M.A in Philosophy). His research and teaching interest include ethics (medical and environment ethics), African philosophy etc. He has many publications to his credit.

S/N Qualification School Atttended Started Finished
FSLCConvent Primary School, Ikom, Cross River State, Nigeria19911996
SSCEPope John Paul II Seminary, Okpoma, Yala, Cross River State, Nigeria.19972003
B. A. PhilosophyUniversity of Abuja, Abuja, Nigeria20072010
M. A. PhilosophyUniversity of Calabar, Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria20122016

S/N Publication
Ojong, L. O. (2019). Singer’s Notion of Speciesism: A Case for Animal Rights in Ejagham Culture. International Journal of Environmental Pollution & Environmental Modelling (IJEPEM), 2(3), 12-17.
Enyimba, M., & Ojong, L. O. (2019). A Critique of Euthanasia from the Perspective of Ubuntu (African) Notion of Mutual Care. International Journal of Advanced Scientific Research, 4(1), 44-52.
Ojong, L. O. (2019). The Concept of Justice Among the Ejagham People: Beyond Aristotle’s Notion of Justice. The Leajon: An Academic Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies, 9(2), 48-57.
Ojong, L. O. (2019). A Resolution of the Ethical Challenge of Animal Rights. Calabar Journal of Philosophy Leadership Studies: Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies, 1(1), 59-70.
Ojong, L. O. (2019). The Critique on the Morality of Machiavellian Political Ideology of Acquisition and Maintenance of Power. PHILECTICS: BENIN Journal of Philosophy (PBJP), 2(2), 34-44.
Njar, B. I. & Ojong, L. O. (2019). Morality: its Underpinning in African Societies. In Offiong Okon Asuquo & Emmanuel E. Etta. Perspective in African Philosophy. Port-Harcourt: Eskopat and Sons Enterprise.
Ojong, L. O., & Njar, B. I. (2018). The Pains and Gains of Motherhood. In Peter Bisong Bisong & Oko Jerome Alexander. Essays on Feminism: in Honour of Prince Nico Mbarga. Calabar: e2o Media Limited.

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S/N Conference Description Started Finished
Tenth International Conference on Science, Culture and Social Development held at British Council, Accra Ghana. Africa’s Quest for Scientific and Technological Development: A Philosophical Proposal for an Alternative Approach. 2015-03-102015-03-11
International Conference for Sub-sahara Africa Transformation & DevelopmentVictor C. A. Nweke & Lawrence O. Ojong (2015). The Prevailing Attitude in Contemporary Nigeria and its Effects: A Philosophical Discourse, 3(6), 166-171.2015-03-122015-03-13
The International Conference of Council for Research in Values and Philosophy (CRVP) and Department of Philosophy and Religion Eboyi State University Abakaliki held at Eboyi State University Abakaliki. The Crisis in Africa as a Consequence of Social Injustice.2015-06-102015-06-14
Faculty of Arts International Conference held at the University of Calabar. African Values in Context of Globalization: A Philosophical Perspective. 2016-04-122016-04-15
2nd African Philosophy World Conference held at the University of Calabar. The Question of African Philosophy Today: The need for a paradigm Shift in Philosophy. 2017-10-122017-10-14
1st National Conference on Gender Studies held at University of Abuja. Mon Omeh Na Mon Omeh: The Principle of Gender Justice in Ejagham Culture.2017-10-182017-10-21
2018 Nigerian Philosophy Association Biennial International Conference held at the Department of Philosophy and Religion, Ebonyi State University Abakalike. The Relationship between Religion and Culture: It’s Implication for Herdsmen Attack in Nigeria.2018-10-102018-10-13
13th iSTEAMS Multidisciplinary Cross-boarder Conference, University of Ghana, Legion, Accra, Ghana. Lawrence Odey Ojong (2018). Animal Right” A Challenge for African Ethics.2018-10-242018-10-26
2nd Fahsanu International Conference held at the Tai-Solarin University of Education Ijagun, Ijebu-Odey Ogun State. The Effects of Man’s Activities the Environment and Humanity: The Way Forward. 2019-04-082019-04-12
Nigerian Philosophy Association Conference and Biennial Meeting held at the Department of Philosophy, Benue State University, Markudi. Is Corruption the only Problem of Nigeria? A Philosophical Outlook. 2019-10-162019-10-19