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Is There an Igbo-African Logic?

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ABSTRACT

This paper is not concerned with the possibility of Igbo-African Logic, it asserts that there is. It emphasizes that there could not be comprehension an understanding of relations and meaning respectively without logic. The paper goes on to capture what the nature of Igbo-African Logic is.

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Ikechukwu, O. and Clara, O. (2015) Is There an Igbo-African Logic?. Open Journal of Philosophy, 5, 243-251. doi: 10.4236/ojpp.2015.54031.

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