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Name

Dr. Thomas Eneji Ogar

Department

Philosophy

Designation

Senior Lecturer

Email

[email protected]


About Dr. Thomas Eneji Ogar

Dr. Thomas Eneji Ogar was employed as a Graduate Assistant on the 4th of June, 1994. He rose through the ranks and was promoted Senior Lecturer in 2015. He graduated from the University of Nigeria, Nsukka where he bagged a B. A. (Hons) degree in Philosophy in 1992. He later proceeded to the University of Ibadan where he was awarded M.A. and Ph.D degrees in Philosophy in 1997 and 2006 respectively. As an intellectually fecund academic and astute administrator, he has rendered selfless services to the people and Government of Cross River State as Director of Public Procurement and later Secretary to the State Government (SSG) between 2007 and 2015. Dr Ogar has been teaching, researching, mentoring students at all levels thereby contributing to the growth of the University. As the Head of Public Procurement Reform and later SSG in Cross River State, Dr. Ogar has given several talks periodically that border on the reform strategy in the Cross River State. He has successfully supervised and co-supervised many graduate students in and outside the University. He has attended conferences where he made presentations within and outside his area. He is a member of several professional associations including Nigeria Philosophical Association and Institute of Corporate Administration of Nigeria. He is married with children.


S/N Qualification School Atttended Started Finished
FSLCSt. Celestine's Primary School, Anyikang-Bekwarra19721978
WASCBekwarra Secondary School, Abuochiche19791984
MA PhilosophyUniversity of Ibadan, Ibadan19951997
PhD PhilosophyUniversity of Ibadan, Ibadan19972006
BA (Hons) Philosophy University of Nigeria, Nsukka, Enugu State, Nigeria19982002

S/N Publication
Ogar,Joseph.N, Tom E. Ogar & Nwoye Leonard, “Ethics, Medical Ethics and Bioethics: Towards Conceptual Analysis”, European Journal of Biotechnology and Bioscience, 6.3 2018:180-183
Ogar,Joseph N, Thomas E. Ogar, Samuel A. Bassey, “Ambivalence Human Nature and social Justice”, Iranian Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities Research, 6.2 2018:2382-9753
Ogar ,Tom Eneji, “The Hermeneutics Narratives of Political Corruption: In and Beyond the Known” Journal of Integrative Humanism,10.2 2018:120-150
Ogar,Joseph N., Nwachukwu M. Anyim & Tom E. Ogar, “A Critique of Ethical Intuitionism as the Foundation of Knowledge”, African Educational Research Journal, 4.1 2016:8-12.
Ogar ,Joseph N., Tom E. Ogar & Nwachukwu, M.A, Selected Issues in Biomedical Ethics and its Social Implication: African Consideration. International Journal of Research in Humanities and Social Science,13.2 2016: 5-12
Ogar,Joseph N, & Tom E. Ogar. “A Critique of Euthanasia in Biological Ethics: African Perspective”. Servant Journal of Social Science and Humanities, 1 2015:001-006.
Etta, Emmanuel Efem, Tom E. Ogar & Joseph N. Ogar, “The Question of Answer Variation in Philosophy” American Journal of Scientific Research, 39 2011:71-77.
Ogar, Tom E., “Sartre’s Humanism and the Problem of Political Corruption: An Appraisal” SOPHIA: An African Journal of Philosophy, 8.2 2005:85-92
Ogar,Tom E., “The Concept of Ego in J.P Satre’s Philosopy of Consciousness”, Ndunode, Calabar Journal of the Humanities, 5 2004:236-244

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S/N Conference Description Started Finished
Joint workshop/Conference of the Social Science Research Council and the African Centre for Advanced studies “conducting social science research in africa” 2000-02-132000-02-17
Researchers International Network; 2nd International Conference, University of Cape Coast2015-10-132015-10-16