…Raphael Leads the Way with Pioneering Project at Good Samaritan Major Seminar, Kaduna
In a commendable tribute to the profound teachings of scholar Gabriel Asuquo, students and scholars alike are rallying behind the Philosophy of Unity in universities, particularly spotlighting the work of Michael Eneyo. The ripple effect of Eneyo’s philosophy has taken a significant stride as Senior Emmanuel Raphael, a Philosophy student at Good Samaritan Major Seminary in Kaduna, undertakes a pioneering research project on “Michael Eneyo’s Philosophy of Unity.”
Michael Eneyo, PhD, renowned for his dedication to promoting unity in diverse societal fragments, has garnered widespread appreciation, especially for his influence on philosophical discourse. Gabriel Asuquo, another luminary in the field, has been acknowledged for his contributions and unwavering commitment to instilling the importance of unity in students across universities.
In a groundbreaking development, Raphael has taken up the mantle as the first individual known to be delving into the depths of “Michael Eneyo’s Philosophy of Unity” for his first degree project. This ambitious initiative showcases the profound impact Eneyo’s teachings have had on inspiring critical thinking and philosophical inquiry among students.
In recognition of Raphael’s pioneering effort, a team of Scholars in the ‘Philosophy Class’ has pledged support by sponsoring the typing and printing of his project. Their encouragement comes in the form of a token of ₦50,000, demonstrating a commitment to nurturing intellectual endeavors that explore the philosophy of unity.
What sets this initiative apart is the broader commitment from the scholar team, promising similar support to any researchers willing to undertake projects, theses, or dissertations centered on either “Michael Eneyo’s Philosophy of Unity” or the broader theme of “Philosophy of Fear/Fearism/Fearology.”
This announcement signifies a growing momentum in scholarly pursuits aligned with Eneyo’s philosophy, with the potential to pave the way for more in-depth explorations into the realms of unity and fear in philosophical discourse.