Literal Education in Contradistinction to the so-called Formal Education.

Literal Education in Contradistinction to the so-called Formal Education.

Literal Education in Contradistinction to the so-called Formal Education. A Philosophical Response to Ozioma Okey-Kalu’s How to make Education reduce Poverty in Africa.   General Introduction It is very pertinent to recall that the French hermeneutic phenomenologist, Jean Paul Gustave Ricoeur had surmised before his death in 2005, that “Nobody […]

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Coronavirus – Is it Really a Breaking News at This Stage?

Coronavirus – Is it Really a Breaking News at This Stage?

Despite the fact that we had prior warnings or knew that the issue of the coronavirus in the country is inevitable, some South Africans were still shocked by the news of its presence in the country. Instead of calmly discussing and agreeing on an action plan to deal with the […]

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How to make Education reduce Poverty in Africa

How to make Education reduce Poverty in Africa

By Ozioma Okey-Kalu Lecturer, English Unit, GNS Department Federal School of Statistics, Enugu It is commonly said that education is the key to success. It is also believed that the fastest way to breaking out of poverty is through education. Africans cherish education and revere the educated, especially the formally […]

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