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Name

Dr. Samuel Aloysius Ekanem

Department

Philosophy

Designation

Lecturer II

Email

[email protected]


About Dr. Samuel Aloysius Ekanem

He was employed in 2014 as an Assistant Lecturer. He obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in Philosophy in 2001 from University of Calabar, Master of Arts degree, 2012 and Doctorate degree in Philosophy Education, 2017. He teaches Contemporary Philosophy and Traditional Philosophy areas and Philosophy. His research interest spans across Philosophy of Education, Ethics, Philosophy of Science, Religion, Epistemology, Social and Political Philosophy. He is a motivational speaker par excellence with a list of publications in Local and International Journals. His Research Project includes: • The Ethical Implications of Genetic Engineering an M.A thesis and • Feyerabend anarchic Philosophy and its Implications Education in Nigeria, a Ph.D dissertation completed in 2017.


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S/N Publication
Ekanem, Samuel A. “Post Modernism and Epistemology” Critical Essay on Post Modernism Ed. G. O. Ozumba, M. E. Ukah, D. J. Mendie & C. A. Udofia. Makurdi: Mikro Ticha & Associates, 2017: 81-90. ISBN 478-1-326-91231-4.
Ekanem, Samuel A. “John Locke” A Critical History of Philosophy Vol.2 (Modern Philosophy) Ed. A. F. Uduigwomen, M. E. Elkah & E. C. Nduma. Calabar: Ultimate Index Book Publisher, 2016: 193-209. ISBN 978-8073-03-4.
Bisong, Peter Bisong & Samuel A. Ekanem. “A critique of feminism.” American Journal of Social and Management Sciences, Vol. 5 no. 5 (Dec. 2014) pg 33-38.
Bisong, Peter & Ekanem, Samuel “The Challenge of Human Right Violation: Aristotle’s Ethical Principles As A Remedy” THE LEAJON: An Academic Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies 52 (2014): 16-26.
Solomon Kingsley & Ekanem, Samuel A. “Legal Justice and the Quest for Sustanable Development in Nigeria” Journal of Good Governance and Sustainable Development in Africa 2.2 (2014): 162-170. Indexed in Google Scholar.
Peter Bisong & Ekanem, Samuel “The Contemporary Nigerian SUMMUN BONUM and its Effects on the Economy” SOPHIA African Journal of Philosophy 15.1 (2014): 57-61.
Bisong, Peter Bisong & Samuel A. Ekanem. “Aristotles Concept of Happiness in the context of Contemporary Nigeria.” Journal of Philosophy and Religion. Vol. 7 no. 1 2013, pp. 20-30.

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S/N Conference Description Started Finished
Democracy in Nigeria: Myths or Reality presented at the Nigerian Philosophical Association 20 Biennial General Meeting Conference, University of Uyo. Oct. 27-28, (2016).2016-10-272016-10-28
Feyerabends Anarchism and its Implications for Education in Nigeria presented at the Society Research and Academic Excellence International Conference held in University of Nigeria Nsukka (February 6-8, 2017). 2017-02-062017-02-08
“Democracy and Quest for Federalism” Presented at Faculties of Arts/Humanities Association of Nigerian Universities FAHANA held in University of Calabar (April 10-13, 2018).2018-04-102018-04-13