Atlantis

Atlantis is the fictional ancient civilization that became submerged under the ocean in the Greek philosopher, Plato’s dialogue, the “Timaeus” and the “Critias,”…

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Garveyist Malcolm X talking to Nigerian students and African American locals in Harlem, New Yorkm, New York in the 1960s

Garveyism

Garveyism was the Pan-African philosophy of the Jamaican political leader, Marcus Garvey, in the early 20th Century, aimed at precipitating a global movement of economic empowerment. Garvey…

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How to Attract Prosperity

THE NIGERIAN PROVINCIAL GUARDIAN Vol 2 No 3. Osogbo Saturday April 10, 1937 THE LITTLE I KNOW ABOUT BY DR. FAJEMIROKUN “Amid all the mysterious by which we are surrounded nothing is more certain…

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Illichs Philosophy

Illichs Philosophy is a moderate realism in the Thomistic tradition of radical humanism. Illichs criticized contemporary modern school system and advocate discontinuation of schools because of the…

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Communism

Communism is an ideology based on the precept of “common ownership” most popularly believed to have originated from the Greek philosopher, Plato’s 380BC piece, “The Republic” in which he…

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Americanism

Americanism, the propensity of the Nigerian to lean towards American ideologies increased after independence from the British. However, the year 1938 marked the formal beginning of cultural…

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Love

By F.G.J.O. The Nigerian Provincial Guardian 17th April, 1937 pg. 11 The Love between man and woman is only- “Sex Appeal” The only thing men want in women is not intellect but charm,…

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Ahmadiyya

Ahmadiyya is an Islamic group headquartered in India, founded by Mirza Ghullam Ahmad with a distinct Islamic ideology which varies considerably with orthodox teachings. Adherents believe Ahmadiyya…

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Nazism

Nazism was the German political system between 1933 and 1945 of extreme nationalism, propagated and supervised by totalitarian authority. In articulation of what would be Nazis tenet, Hitler had…

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Education (Philosophy of)

In this editorial of The Nigerian Provincial Guardian of 17 April, 1937, originally titled; “Education of the Mind,” the writer discusses what ought to be the object of education for the…

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