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  • Nweke, Victor C. A. (2018). “Global Warming as an Ontological Boomerang Effect: Towards a Philosophical Rescue from the African Place.” In: African Philosophy and Environmental Conservation, edited by Jonathan O. Chimakonam, Pp. 226-243. London: Routledge.
  • Chimakonam, Jonathan O. and Nweke, Victor C.A. 2018. “Why the ‘Politics’ against African Philosophy should be Discontinued.” In: Dialogue, Volume 57, Number 2, Pp. 277-301
  • Uduma, Oji U and Nweke, Victor C. A. (2018). “Ndubuisi: An Igbo-African Understanding of the Value of Human Life and its Implication for the Death Penalty Question.” In: The Death Penalty from an African Perspective: Views from Zimbabwean and Nigerian Philosophers, edited by Fainos Mangena and Jonathan O. Chimakonam, Pp. 29-60. Delaware: Vernon Press.
  • Uduma, Oji U and Nweke, Victor C. A. (2018). “Momoh’s Theory of Many-Many Truths as a Prototype of Postmodern Thinking in African Philosophy.” In: Ka Osi So Onye: African philosophy in the Postmodern Era, edited by Jonathan O. Chimakonam and Edwin Etieyibo, Pp. 291-316. Delaware: Vernon Press.
  • Osegenwune, Chris and Nweke, Victor C. A. 2017. “Racism and the African Predicament: A Critical Interpretation and Deconstruction of Oguejiofor’s Externalist Argument.” In: Ifiok Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies, Volume 3, Pp.10-22.
  • Okolie, Charles N. and Nweke, Victor C.  A. (2017). “A Russellian Perspective on the SocioPolitical Challenge of African Philosophy.” In: International Journal of Innovative Research and Development, Volume 6, Issue 1, Pp.  13-19.
  • Nweke, Victor C. A. (2017). “Postmodernism and Logic: Is it a Wolf-Sheep or Dog-CatRelationship?” In: Critical Essays on Postmodernism, edited by G. O. Ozumba, P. J. Mendie, M. Ua & C. A. Udofia, Pp. 73-84. London: E-RIC.
  • Nweke, Victor C. A. and Uduagwu, Chukwueloka S. (2017) “Posthumanism, Postfeminism and Postmodern Thinking” In: Critical Essays on Postmodernism, edited by G. O. Ozumba, P. J. Mendie, M. Uka & C. A. Udofia, Pp. 366-379. London: E-RIC.
  • Nweke, Victor C. A. (2017). “Ekweme as a Principle of Mandelanism: An Interrogation and Contribution to M. I. Edet’s Theory of Afroxiology.” In: Monograph of the Conversational School of Philosophy, Volume 2/1st Distinguished Scholarly Lecture Series of the CSP, Pp. 62-64.
  • Nweke, Victor C.  A (2016).  “Mesembe Edet’s Conversation with Innocent Onyewuenyi: An Exposition of the Significance of the Methods and Canons of Conversational Philosophy.” In: Filosofia Theoretica: Journal of African Philosophy, Culture and Religions, Volume 5, Number 2, Pp. 54-72.
  • Nweke, Victor C.  A (2016).  “Questioning the Validity, Veracity and Viability of the Case for “Cogno-Normative (Complementary) Epistemology”: A Conversation with Chimakonam.” In: Filosofia Theoretica: Journal of African Philosophy, Culture and Religions, Volume 5, Number 1, Pp. 109-117.
  • Uduma, Uduma O. and Nweke, Victor C. A. (2016). “Logic and the Challenge of Africa in the Global Village: An essay on Etuk’s Philosophy of Relevance.” In: Humanism, Globalization and the Relevance of Philosophy, edited by O. U. Uduma and Francis Etim, Pp. 8-40. Uyo: COMM-Watch Productions.
  • Nweke, Victor C.  A. (2016). “100 Years of Motions without Movement: Centenary Nigeria’s Condition and the Need for an Integrativist Philosophy of Development.” In: Nigeria, Hundred Years After: Philosophical Issues and Perspectives – Proceedings of the 2014 International Conference of the Nigerian Philosophical Association edited by M. F. Asiegbu and J. C. Chukwuokolo, Pp. 94-99. Enugu: Snaap Press.
  • Nweke, Victor C.  A (2015).  “David A. Oyedola and the Imperative to Disambiguate the term “African Philosopher”: A Conversation from the Standpoint of the Conversational School of Philosophy.” In: Filosofia Theoretica: Journal of African Philosophy, Culture and Religions, Volume 4, Number 2, Pp. 94-99.
  • Nweke Victor C. A. and Ojong, L. O. (2015). “The Prevailing Attitude in Contemporary Nigeria and it Effects: A Philosophical Discourse.” In: Globalization and Contemporary Issues: Opportunities for Sub-Sahara African Transformation and Development, edited by B. T. Aluko. Abuja: Cambridge Publications and Research International.
  • Nweke Victor C. A (2015).Uneducated-Literates as a Challenge to Humanity: An Imperative for a Complementary Philosophy of Education.” In: Contemporary Journal of Arts and Science, Volume 1, Number 1, Pp. 175-182.
  • Nweke, Victor C. A (2015). “Postmodernism and the Objectivity of the Social Sciences: An Interrogative Conversation with Augustine Atabor.” In: Filosofia Theoretica: Journal of African Philosophy, Culture and Religions, Volume 4, Number 1, Pp. 79-81.
  • Nweke, Victor C.  A. (2014). “From African Logic to the Development of Traditions of Logic in African Philosophy: An Integrativist Perspective.” In: Journal of Integrative Humanism Ghana, Volume 4, Number 1, Pp. 22-39.
  • Okolie, Charles N. and Nweke, Victor C.  A. (2014). “The Plausibility and Challenges of Cosmopolitanism as a Contemporary Theory in Social and Political Philosophy.” In: Flash: Journal of Philosophy and Religion, Volume 8, Number 1, Pp. 17-32.
  • Nweke, Victor C.  A. (2012). “African Logic: A Complementary Reflection on the Condition for its Existence and Nonexistence”. In Flash: A Journal of Philosophy and Religion, Volume 6, Number 1, Pp. 49-71.