The Yoruba Conception Of A Person And Its Implications On Fatalism, Determinism And Human Destiny

DOWNLOAD THE COMPLETE PROJECT»

The Yoruba Conception Of A Person And Its Implications On Fatalism, Determinism And Human Destiny

Download This Complete Project Topic And Material (Chapter 1-5 With References and Questionnaire) Titled The Yoruba Conception Of A Person And Its Implications On Fatalism, Determinism And Human Destiny. Here On ProjectGate. See Below For The Abstract, Table Of Contents, List Of Figures, List Of Tables, List Of Appendices, List Of Abbreviations, And Chapter One. Click The Download Now Button Below To Get The Complete Project Work Instantly.

PROJECT TOPIC AND MATERIAL ON THE YORUBA CONCEPTION OF A PERSON AND ITS IMPLICATIONS ON FATALISM, DETERMINISM AND HUMAN DESTINY

The Project File Details

  • Name: The Yoruba Conception Of A Person And Its Implications On Fatalism, Determinism And Human Destiny
  • Type: PDF and MS Word (DOC)
  • Size: [70 KB]
  • Length: [56] Pages

 

 

ABSTRACT

The Yoruba conception of a human person is usually seen in the light of hard determinism and sometimes fatalism. Yoruba statements such as “Ayanmo o gbogun” confirms this. This study is an examination of this assumption. The study examines some scholar’s account of the Yoruba conception of a person in lieu of freewill, determinism and fatalism. The study will be structured into three chapters. In chapter one of this study, I will examine the Yoruba conception of a person. I will be examining different philosophers and scholar’s perspective on the discourse. I will attempt to compare and contrast their views on the Yoruba conception of a person. In chapter two of the study, I will examine the notions of freewill, determinism, fatalism and human destiny in relation to the Yoruba conception of a person. I will attempt to argue that these notions occupy a center stage in the discussion of a Yoruba conception of a person. Chapter three of this study will explore the possibility of reconciling soft determinism and hard determinism in the Yoruba conception of a person by refuting the arguments given by hard determinists. This essay will conclude that contrary to the popular opinion that the concept of “ori” leads to hard determinism or fatalism, it is more compatible with soft-determinism.

GET THE COMPLETE PROJECT»

HIRE A WRITER IF YOU CAN NOT FIND YOUR TOPIC»

Be the first to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.


*