Chronicle of the Month – October 2007

It Matters These Days Whose Ox Is Gored! by Moses Valentine Chukwujekwu The world is increasingly becoming one global village. More than ever the issue of international co-operation, mutual respect and understanding is discussed in all ambits of the human society. Writes John Paul II: “We live in a world that is increasingly interdependent, the […]

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Chronicle of the Month – August 2007

Education: Passport to Civilisation by Professor André-Marie Jerumanis This is how Prof. Sabino Palumbieri defines education. The absence of education, therefore, would lead to barbarous acts. This approach to education, sheds light on the etymological significance of the word e-ducere, which means “to lead outside”. This is the liberation that Plato’s Myth of the Cave […]

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Chronicle of the Month – July 2007

One Should Have The Courage by Odilon Mbog “One should have the courage to be like everyone to be like no one” This sentence reminds me of my high school days and the two last years before graduation when we were taking delight in nice formulas, lateens citations or formulas that were fascinating us by […]

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Chronicle of the Month – May 2007

Respect, Reason and Critical Thinking for the Modern Classroom By Gordon Vanstone “Education either functions as an instrument which is used to facilitate integration of the younger generation into the logic of the present system and bring about conformity or it becomes the practice of freedom, the means by which men and women deal critically […]

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