Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 123-127) and index.
Formatted Contents Note
Pt. 1. Understanding the Igbo world and law subjects: Okafor's thesis in the book : Igbo philosophy of law Okafor's contribution to Igbo African jurisprudence Inspirations from Igbo cosmology and folklores Towards an Igbo philosophy of law and right Two basic rights pt. 2. Covenant-based theory of Igbo philosophy of law: Individuals in the order of being Igbo African environment : individualist and collectivist perspectives Understanding covenant as an inter-subjective reality Covenant and rights Theoretical grounds for authority and leadership The democratic bent of covenanted leadership Pt. 3. Is-Ought problem in Igbo jurisprudence: Introducing the Is-Ought problem in Igbo jurisprudence National law does not derive Ought from Is It is valid to derive a legal Ought from a legal Is The Romans had a theory of law : The natural law theory Igbo jurisprudence : an exercise in legal coherentism.
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