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COULD IT BE EGOCENTRISM?

Written by Hussein Habeeb,Undergraduate student,University of Ilorin,Ilorin, NigeriaCOULD IT BE EGOCENTRISM?As if I envisioned a tendency to write on this topic that I once concerned myself with the human situation. I had, out of frustration, once considered why, in the world today, we are tangled with a lot of problems (political, social, economic and environmental). Eventually, I couldn’t help concluding that the problems we are facing are born out of the egoistic aspect of our behaviour: we…See More
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COULD IT BE EGOCENTRISM?

Written by Hussein Habeeb,Undergraduate student,University of Ilorin,Ilorin, NigeriaCOULD IT BE EGOCENTRISM?As if I envisioned a tendency to write on this topic that I once concerned myself with the human situation. I had, out of frustration, once considered why, in the world today, we are tangled with a lot of problems (political, social, economic and environmental). Eventually, I couldn’t help concluding that the problems we are facing are born out of the egoistic aspect of our behaviour: we…See More
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COULD IT BE EGOCENTRISM?

Posted on December 31, 2017 at 6:30pm 0 Comments

Written by Hussein Habeeb,

Undergraduate student,

University of Ilorin,

Ilorin, Nigeria

COULD IT BE EGOCENTRISM?

As if I envisioned a tendency to write on this topic that I once concerned myself with the human situation. I had, out of frustration, once considered why, in the world today, we are tangled with a lot of problems (political, social, economic and environmental). Eventually, I couldn’t help concluding that the problems we…

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