(M. PHIL THESIS IN PHILOSOPHY)
AN ETHICAL ANALYSIS OF POVERTY AND VIOLENCE IN THE NIGER DELTA REGION OF NIGERIA.
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The research made an ethical and epistemological analysis of poverty and violence with reference to the Niger Delta region of Nigeria. This was achieved by a critical examination of the ascribed causal relationship between poverty and violence. It challenged the causal relationship ascribed to poverty and violence as inappropriate because of the fact that some fundamental philosophical issues involved in both concepts were not considered. The work aimed at correcting the sociological belief that there is a necessary connection between poverty and violence. Although, both could happen coincidentally but it is not necessarily that when there is poverty and violence must definitely follow. The work challenged also the activities of the oil companies operating in the region towards the use of the environment as they treat the environment as a means to an end rather than taking it as an end in itself. It raised some ethical questions about the rationale behind the activities of the Niger Delta militants, the multinational companies and the Nigerian government on the crisis. The work concluded that rather than resorting to violence as a means of societal demands. Hegelian and Marxian dialectical method should be adopted whereby two apparently opposing ideas, the thesis and antithesis become combined in a unified whole, the synthesis. The work employed the critical and analytical methods of philosophy.
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