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PHILOSOPHY PROJECT TOPICS AND MATERIALS

Philosophy Project Topics

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With more than 200 projects on philosophy I bet your topic of interest is included. Below are some Philosophy project topics, more still available. All the topics have been well written to meet NUC standard.

  1. THE IMMORTALITY OF THE SOUL IN PLATO
  2. AN INQUIRY INTO THE IDEA OF EXTRA-SENSORY PERCEPTION (ESP) IN AFRICAN CULTURAL CONTEXT IN THE LIGHT OF WILLIAM JAMES’ PRAGMATIC NOTION OF TRUTH.
  3. EFFECT OF COLONIALISM ON NIGERIA’S POLITICAL SYSTEM
  4. THE CONCEPT OF JUSTICE IN PLATO’S POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY VIS-A-VIS NIGERIAN SITUATION”
  5. THE CONCEPT OF SUPERMAN IN NIETZSCHE’S MORAL PHILOSOPHY
  6. FRIENDSHIP OF UNEQUALS IN ARISTOTLE’S NICHOMACHEAN ETHICS VIS-A-VIS GODFATHERISM IN NIGERIAN POLITICS
  7. THE MORAL DECADENCE IN NIETZSCHE’S PHILOSOPHICAL WRITINGS (A Critical Approach)
  8. PLATO’S CLASS DISTINCTION: THE BACKDROP OF CONTEMPORARY EDUCATION
  9. JUSTICE AND ITS PRIMACY IN THE POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY OF ARISTOTLE
  10. THE SIGNIFICANCE OF THE ALIENATION OF LABOUR IN KARL MARX: (It’s Implications to the Condition of the Nigerian Workers)
  11. CRITICAL APPRAISAL OF THE STATE OF NATURE AND POLITICAL RIGHT IN THOMAS HOBBES
  12. A CRITIQUE ON FREUDIAN PSYCHOSEXUAL ENLIGHTENMENT OF THE CHILD
  13. A PHILOSOPHICAL APPRAISAL ON THE IGBO TRADITIONAL SYSTEM OF CHILD UPBRINGING, VIS-À-VIS THE CONTEMPORARY SYSTEM
  14. A PHILOSOPHICAL EXAMINATION OF THE NIGERIAN RELIGIOUS EXPERIENCE IN THE LIGHT OF ANDRE GODIN’S IDEAS
  15. ZIK’S NEO-WELFARISM: A VIABLE OPTION FOR THE NIGERIAN STATE.
  16. A PHILOSOPHICAL LOOK INTO RELIGION AND FREEWILL IN THE LIGHT OF JAMES WILLIAM
  17. UTILITARIANISM IN JOHN STUART MILL (A CRITICAL APPRAISAL)
  18. MACHIAVELLIANISM AND DEMOCRACY (NIGERIA AS A CASE STUDY)
  19. A PHILOSOPHICAL APPRAISAL OF JOSEPH FLETCHER’S NEW MORALITY
  20. FRIENDSHIP IN ARISTOTLE VIS-À-VIS MODERN DAY CONCEPTION OF FRIENDSHIP
  21. THE NOTION OF THE HUMAN PERSON IN KIERKEGAARD VIS-À-VIS AFRICAN INDIVIDUAL
  22. A CRITIQUE OF POPPER’S STRATEGY FOR THE GROWTH OF SCIENCE
  23. FEMINISTS CRITIQUE ON ARISTOTLE GENDER PERSPECTIVE
  24. PANACEA TO NIGERIAN PREDICAMENTS IN THE LIGHT OF SOREN KIERKEGAARD’S AUTHENTIC EXISTENCE
  25. A CRITIQUE OF DETERMINISM IN THE LIGHT OF IMMANUEL KANT
  26. PSYCHOLOGY OF GENIUS IN ARTHUR SCHOPENHAUER
  27. NIHILISM IN NIETZSCHE; A CRITICAL EVALUATION OF NIGERIAN SITUATION
  28. THE CIVIL STATE IN JOHN LOCKE’S POLITICAL      PHILOSOPHY: ITS RELEVANCE TO NIGERIAN DEMOCRACY
  29. THE ART OF NATURAL FAMILY PLANNING IN THE LIGHT OF JOHN F. KIPPLEY
  30. THE CRITIQUE OF SOCIAL CONTRACT IN JEAN JACQUES ROUSSEAU’S POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY
  31. THE DISTORTED IMAGES OF AFRICAN CONTINENT: A HEIDEGGERIAN INTERPRETATION
  32. JOHN LOCKE’S POLITICAL POWER VIS-À-VIS ABUSE OF POWER IN NIGERIA
  33. THE BINDING FORCE OF CONSCIENCE IN ST. THOMAS AQUINAS
  34. CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF HEGELIAN IDEALISM AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR THE INDIVIDUAL HUMAN PERSON
  35. A CRITIQUE OF THE MORAL AND RELIGIOUS NIHILISM IN THE PHILOSOPHY OF FREIDRICH NIETZSCHE
  36. A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THOMAS HOBBES’S SOCIAL CONTRACT WITH JOHN LOCKE’S SOCIAL CONTRACT IN THEIR POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY
  37. PLATO’S NOTION OF PHILOSOPHER KING, AND NIGERIAN LEADERS, A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS
  38. GLOBALIZATION AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN AFRICA (A Dialectical Inquiry)
  39. SOCIAL CONTRACT IN JEAN JACQUES ROUSSEAU – IMPLICATIONS FOR NIGERIAN DEMOCRACY
  40. PLATONIC-ARISTOTELIAN NOTION OF MAN [A Comparative Analysis]
  41. NOTION OF FREEDOM AND LAW IN ST. THOMAS AQUINAS
  42. THE NOTION OF HAPPINESS IN ARISTOTLE AND THOMAS AQUINAS (A COMPARATIVE STUDY)
  43. A PHILOSOPHICAL LOOK AT THE EGOCENTRIC INTERPRETATION OF SELF-TRANSCENDENCE IN MAN IN THE LIGHT OF NIETZSCHE
  44. THE CONCEPT OF HAPPINESS IN ST. AUGUSTINE (A CRITICAL APPRAISAL)
  45. MODERN BIOTECHNOLOGY AND DIGINITY OF HUMAN LIFE; AN ETHICAL ANALYSIS
  46. A CRITICAL APPRAISAL OF HOBBES’ IDEA OF SOCIAL CONTRACT
  47. IGBO/EUROPEAN CONTACT; ITS SOCIO-POLITICAL EFFECTS ON THE IGBO
  48. PHILOSOPHICAL SURVEY IN THE MORALITY OF SPINOZA IN THE LIGHT OF HIS EVIL AND GOOD
  49. HANNAH ARENDT ON VIOLENCE VIS-À-VIS THE QUEST FOR POLITICAL POWER THROUGH VIOLENCE IN NIGERIA
  50. THE STATE AS A COMMUNITY OF PERSONS IN HEGEL; A CRITIQUE
  51. THE EGO AND THE ID IN SIGMUND FREUD: A PHILOSOPHICAL EXAMINATION
  52. THE IMPLICATION OF DAVID HUME’S PHILOSOPHY OF IMPRESSIONS AND IDEAS
  53. OJUKWU’S PHILOSOPHY OF DETRIBALISM: THE PANACEA TO THE NIGERIAN  POLITICAL PROBLEMS
  54. PLATO’S IDEA OF ‘PHILOSOPHER KING’ AND NIGERIAN LEADERSHIP CRISIS
  55. JUST STATE IN PLATO (A CRITICAL EXPOSITION)
  56. A CRITIQUE ON PIAGETIAN THEORIES OF COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT
  57. THE DOCTRINE OF FREEDOM AND RESPONSIBILITY IN JEAN PAUL SARTRE- THE FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES IN AN AUTHENTIC EXISTENCE
  58. A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE CONCEPT OF PRIESTHOOD IN IGBO TRADITIONAL RELIGION AND CATHOLIC PRIESTHOOD
  59. CONSCIENCE IN THOMAS AQUINAS: A PHILOSOPHICAL REFLECTION
  60. KANTIAN CATEGORICAL IMPERATIVE: ITS IMPLICATION IN NIGERIAN ETHICAL ORDER
  61. BIAFRA AGITATION: ANY JUSTIFICATION?
  62. A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF MACHIAVELLIAN   PRINCIPLE AND NIGERIAN SOCIETY
  63. SOCIAL STATUS IN PLATO’S IDEAL STATE: ITS RELEVANCE TO NIGERIAN SOCIETY
  64. THE FATE OF MAN IN A SCIENTO-TECHNOLOGICAL ERA. (A PHILOSOPHICAL EXAMINATION OF THE IDEAS OF ALEXANDER DENIS.)
  65. THOMAS AQUINAS’ NATURAL LAW THEORY: A STANDARD FOR HUMAN POSITIVE LAW
  66. JUSTICE IN JOHN RAWLS VIS-À-VIS NIGERIAN DEMOCRACY
  67. THE PLACE OF MAN IN ARISTOTLE: THE BASIS OF MAN’S LIFE CRISIS (An Evaluative Rediscovery)
  68. HOW TO BE HAPPY:  A CRITICAL EVALUATION OF ARISTOTLE’S “GOLDEN MEAN”
  69. NOTION OF FREEDOM IN JEAN PAUL SARTRE
  70. NOTION OF CHANGE AND PERMANENCE IN ARISTOTLE
  71. INDIVIDUAL AND STATE IN ARISTOTLE IN RELATION TO PROMOTION OF HUMAN RIGHTS IN NIGERIA
  72. I – THOU RELATIONSHIP IN GABRIEL MARCEL: AN EXISTENTIALIST ANALYSIS
  73. THE NIGERIA POLICE AND MOCKERY OF COMMON GOOD (A Critical Investigation)
  74. THE NOTION ADDICTION AND FREEDOM IN GERALD G. MAY
  75. UNIVERSAL CAUSATION AND ITS RELATION TO HUMAN FREEDOM IN  JOHN HOSPERS
  76. THE RELEVANCE OF HEGELIAN HISTORICAL DIALECTICS TO MULTI-ETHNIC NIGERIA
  77. DEATH, A NECESSARY PATH TO LIFE A HEIDEGGERIAN APPROACH
  78. THE NOTION OF TRUTH IN IGBO THOUGHT AND LIFE A PHILOSOPHICAL EXPOSITION
  79. THE MEANING OF HUMAN EXISTENCE IN SOREN KIERKEGAARD
  80. THE RELEVANCE OF HEIDEGGER’S DOCTRINE OF AUTHENTICITY IN THE EVOLUTION OF A TRUE NIGERIAN POLITICAL SYSTEM
  81. THE    CONCEPT   OF   GOODWILL    IN    KANT’S  CATEGORICAL IMPERATIVE
  82. ABORTION AND DIGNITY OF HUMAN LIFE: A MORAL CONSIDERATION
  83. The Immortality Of The Soul In Plato
  84. St. Thomas Aquinas Notion Of State And Rulership –Keeping Nigerian Politics In Line
  85. Man, a Wolf to Man: A Survey Of Thomas Hobbes’ Political Principles in Relation to Nigerian Situation.
  86. The Notion of Freedom and Law in St. Thomas Aquinas
  87. Thomas Aquinas’ Theory Of Natural Law: A Standard For Human Positive Law
  88. A Critical Evaluation of Martin Heidegger’s Phenomenology of Selfhood
  89. The Concept of God in Igbo Traditional Religion According to Metuh
  90. Happiness as the End of Man in The Philosophy of Aristotle
  91. Plato’s Notion of Justice Vis-À-Vis the Realisation of Our Societal Human Potentials
  92. Kant’s Ethics Vis-À-Vis Human Rights and Widowhood Practices in Igbo Land
  93. Death of God in the Philosophy of Friedrich Nietzsche: A Critique
  94. The Justification of Rebellion against Despotic Power in John Locke’s Political Philosophy
  95. Evil, Man-Made or God-Made? In St. Augustine’s View
  96. Happiness in the Philosophy of Higgins
  97. A Critique of John Austin’s Legal Positivism
  98. The Relevance of Kant’s Categorical Imperative to Promotion of Justice
  99. John Locke’s PoliticalTheory: A Paradigm for Nigeria Political System
  100. Plato’s Political Theory: A Guide to Authentic Democracy in Nigerian Political System
  101. Passion, the Foundation of Morality in David Hume’s Moral Philosophy
  102. A Critical Evaluation of Karl Popper’s Philosophy of Science
  103. A Critical Appraisal of the Elements of Necessity and Universality in Kant’s Ethical Theory
  104. The Idea of Liberty in J.S Mill
  105. Concept of Human Person in René Descartes Philosophy An Exposé
  106. The African Concept of Time in John S. Mbiti
  107. Plato’s Concept of the Ideal State: the Nigerian Experience
  108. A Critical Evaluation of Kant’s Ethics and the Resolution of Immorality Crisis in Nigeria
  109. The Problem of Theism and the Existence of Evil in St. Augustine: A Critique
  110. Utilitarianism a critique of stuart mills defense
  111. Functional role of ofo Igboland

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