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UJAH: Unizik Journal of Arts and Humanities - Vol 15, No 1 (2014)

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Articles

Plato’s Theories of Knowledge and Education: an Examination of the Interpretations of Cloete and Agyemang EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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HM Majeed 1-17
Technè, Dianoia and Mythos: Heirlooms to Comparative Study of Literature EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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I Chukwumah, S Enudi, E Okagbare 18-36
Subjective Welfarism, Communitarian Paternalism and the Aristotelian Quest for the Good Society EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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A Afolayan, F Offor 37-67
Postcolonialism and the Politics of Resistance in Ngugi Thiond’o’s Wizard of the Crow EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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DM Ugwuanyi 68-90
The National World and Violent Conflict in Nigeria: An Appraisal EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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MO Ikeke 91-109
Towards Quality Art Education: Challenges and Opportunities EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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IE Okonkwo 110-130
Faithful Stewardship (Luke 16:1-15): An Important Part of the Solution to Corruption in Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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JA Ottuh 131-165
Spatialization of Time and Temporalization of Space: A Critical Discourse on McTaggart’s Theory of the Inexistence of Time EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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TR Oyelakin 166-197
A Critical Analysis of Dramaturgy and Theatricality in Okwe Agbaala EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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NM Nnyigide 198-218
Racism, Invisibility, and the Alienation of the African American in Ralph Ellison’s Invisible Man
SO Azumurana 219-245


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