The problem of sexual values questions the moral absolutism, which believes in the universality of moral values. Popular views indicate that morality has no firm foundation, that morals are based on individual feelings and social beliefs. Such views on morality naturally arise in a nation and a world as diverse as ours Taking the common […]
An 85-year-old music legend in Nigeria, known for the “highlife” dance music that once dominated West Africa, Fatai Rolling Dollar has mounted a surprising comeback five decades after his heyday. The octogenarian, who saw his fame and money dwindle when highlife’s popularity faded, is again playing the upbeat sound on guitar to packed venues and […]
Nigeria’s Arik Air has suspended its daily flights to Johannesburg after 125 Nigerians were refused entry into South Africa over a dispute with airport health authorities, it said on Saturday. Arik decided to suspend flights between Lagos and Johannesburg, the two financial hubs, due to a dispute with health authorities over yellow fever vaccination documents […]
Nigerian email scams have become nearly as commonplace as the Internet itself. But one Australian woman wound up in jail after turning the tables–to the tune of $30,000–on a group of con artists. The Courier-Mail reports that Sarah Jane Cochrane-Ramsey, 23, was employed as an “agent” in March 2010 by the Nigerians, but didn’t know […]
WASHINGTON (AP) â€” Additional U.S. sanctions on Iran are more significant for their timing than their immediate effect on Iran’s economy, coming as the United States and its allies are arguing that Israel should hold off on any military strike on Iranian nuclear facilities to allow more time for sanctions to work. The U.S. ordered […]
TEHRAN (Reuters) – – Iran announced a nuclear fuel breakthrough and test-fired a new radar-evading medium-range missile in the Gulf on Sunday, moves that could further antagonize the West at a time when Tehran is trying to avert harsh new sanctions on its oil industry. U.S. President Barack Obama signed a law on Saturday imposing […]
Due to the absence of records in writing in traditional Africa , individual African thinkers effort to reflect on the phenomena of time and space were not effectively preserved.
Peter Van Inwagen (1977) is John cardinal Oâ€™ Hara professor of philosophy at the university of Notre Dame.
The book is thoroughly grounded on Islamic history and based on extensive research. It is considerably an expanded and upgraded research with comprehensive analysis of the socio-political, religious and economic problems confronting Islamic Philosophy of Education. It is simple in style, direct and unpretentious.