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  1. The meanings of complementarity in physics and philosophy and their intersection with compatibility principle- Ephraim Stephen Essien
  2. Being as being and complementary reflection....- Emmanuel Efem Etta, Joseph Nkang Ogar
  3. Being as missing links....- Mesembe Edet
  4. Complementary ethical reflection and the ‘culture of normalizing anomalies’ in Nigeria....- Chris O. Akpan, Mary J. Egbai
  5. Dissecting the character of “danda” the ant and neutralizing the philosophy of missing links: An “egbe n’ ugo” conundrum....- Jonathan Chimakonam Okeke
  6. Explanation, supernaturalism and complementary rationality....- Dimgba Dimgba Esowe
  7. Imperialism and the African desire for “ibuanyidanda” for economic growth....-  Ephraim Ikegbu, Patrick Mbum,Francis Ofoegbu
  8. The epistemological implications of Asouzu’s ‘ima–onwe–onye” or“being–in–control”....- Egbe Chidimma Ogbonna
  9. The legitimizing role of the concept of joy-of-being in Asouzu’s complementary reflection and the socio-political philosophies of Locke and Hobbes- Edor John Edor
  10. Religious intolerance and Asouzu’s complementary ontology….Ibrahim Adekunle Adeshemola
  11. Explanation as a comprehensive task in complementary reflection...Emmanuel Efem Etta, Joseph Nkang Ogar
  12. On the ontology of the mind....Raymond N. Osei
  13. Analytic – synthetic dichotomy in Kant and the logical positivists: A comparative analysis….Francis Israel Minimah
  14. The vindication of abduction as a logic and methodology of science….Jerome P. Mbat
  15. Philosophy and national development:A critical reflection on the Nigerian challenge…Andrew O. Efemini
  16. Aristotelian-Thomistic theory of natural law vis-à-vis modern philosophy….Chinenye Leo Ochulor, Edwin Omini Otu
  17. Narrative identity and the self: A re-examination of Paul Ricoeur on personal identity….Christopher N. Etokudoh
  18. Why I do not believe in witchcraft….Dominic S. Umoh
  19. Malcom X’s theory of violence in conflict resolution.... Emmamnuel B. Eyo
  20. A critique of Kant’s ideas of ego and infinity....Kidzu T. Oweh
  21. Recreating science education with evolving pedagogical skills....Patrick J. Uko
  22. Nyerere’s socialism as a model for social studies education towards self-development in NigeriaImo M. Obot and Essien Ekpenyong Essien
  23. Philosophical criticism as a tool for social change: A case study of style in Okara’s The VoiceJoseph Udondata
  24. Rationalism and the 17th century philosophical climateIniobong D. Umotong
  25. Kidnapping and its impacts on the socio-economic development of the Nigerian society...Emmanuel A. Udosen