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    Eugene O. Iheoma (1993). Vico, Imagination and Education. Journal of Philosophy of Education 27 (1):45–55.
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    E. O. Iheoma (1985). Moral Education in Nigeria: Problems and Prospects. Journal of Moral Education 14 (3):183-193.
    Abstract Nigerian society today exhibits symptoms of serious moral malaise. There is consequently widespread concern about the nation's moral predicament. This paper is an attempt to investigate the roots of the problem. The problem appears to lie mainly in the uncritical adoption of the values of an alien culture particularly the values of individualism and materialism in social, political and economic relations. Current approaches to moral education in Nigerian schools have been examined and considered inadequate to cope with the contemporary (...)
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    E. O. Iheoma (1986). The Role of Religion in Moral Education. Journal of Moral Education 15 (2):139-149.
    Abstract The fact of the logical distinction between religion and morality is taken in some circles as implying and even requiring a necessary conflict between their respective aims and objectives. Consequently, it has been proposed that moral education must be kept completely separate from religious education. Such a separation, it has been argued, is necessary in order to ensure, among other things, the development of truly rational and autonomous moral agents. It is, however, argued here that although morality is logically (...)
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  4. E. O. Iheoma (1997). The Philosophy of Religious Education: An Introduction. Fourth Dimension Pub..
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