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Title: Revisiting Cyril O. Imo's Perspective on Religion, Morality and Globalization
Authors: Tambiyi, Gideon Y.
Kangpe, Nakam Nanpan
Keywords: Values and Religious Traditions
Issue Date: 2021
Publisher: Exodus Publishers, a Subsidiary of Exodus Multi-Concepts
Abstract: This work is a wake-up call for Cyril O. Imo's perspective in the aspects of religion, morality and globalization. This is predominantly a review of his thoughts as captured in the inaugural lecture entitled, “Religion, Morality and Globalization” in 2007. It is obvious that such positions have been neglected and a lot of scholars do not have access to such credible ideas as expoused by Imo. It will be interesting if such thoughts can be revisited in the modern scholarly world in order to properly place lmo's ideas on religion, morality and globalization in perspective. This work adopted a critical analytical approach and evaluated Imo's perspective on religion, morality and globalization. Such a refined perspective would make the modern world take proper shape in its religious traditions, imbibe morals and be influenced with religious and moral belief systems which will become a play- card for the modern person who is struggling with a modernized and a technological society.
Description: A Book Chapter in the "Perpectives on Religion, Morality and Society in Contemporary Pluralistic Nigeria: Essays in Honour of Professor Cyril Okechukwu Imo
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/3292
ISBN: 978-978-992-598-8
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