W.O.O. Idowu (Ph.D.)

W.O.O. Idowu (Ph.D.)

Associate Professor

Areas of Research: Philosophy of Law, Social and Political Philosophy

PhD. Thesis: A Critique of the Separability Thesis in the Context of an African Jurisprudence

Idowu William, 2005, “Postmodernism, Citizenship and the African Predicament: A Critical Reflection” in Journal of Humanities, No. 19, pp.1-18. (Malawi).

Idowu William, 2004, “La Doctrina de la Revision Judicial la Obligacion de Obedeceer el Derecho” in DOXA, Cuadernos de Filosofia del Derecho, Vol. 27, pp. 349-376. (Spain)

Idowu William, 2004, “African Philosophy of Law: Transcending the Boundaries between  Myth and Reality” in Enter Text, On-line Journal, An Interactive Interdisciplinary e-Journal for Cultural and Historical Studies and Creative Work, www.entertext.com, Vol. 4, No. 2, pp. 52-93. (United kingdom).

Idowu William, 2004, “Citizenship Rights, Ethnic Pluralism and Democratic justice: Perspectives from Nigerian Political History” in East African Journal of Human Rights and Democracy, Vol. 2, No. 3, pp. 280-290. (Kenya)

Idowu William, 2005,”Law, Morality and the African Cultural Heritage: The Jurisprudential significance of the Ogboni Institution” in Nordic Journal of African Studies, Vol. 14, No. 2, pp. 49-66. (Finland)