Techne in Martin Heidegger: Towards Technology Education in Nigeria
The author following the example of Heidegger on the imperative of language in developing appropriate technology recommends education in the language of the people and not the use of foreign language.
Izuchukwu I. Emeam
An Author and Educationist
The Author doubles as a full-time lecturer with Alvan Ikoku Federal College of Education and a part-time lecturer with Imo State University Owerri, Imo State Nigeria. He is a priest of Catholic Archdiocese of Owerri, ordained in 1995.
The relationship between human rights and technology stands out also in Heidegger's concept of technology. Human rights refer to the privileges of freedoms which accrue to the individual by nature.
- Izuchukwu Innocent Emeam
Ethics in Philosophy of Education: An Introduction
Wife of the gods
Philosophy of Education:
Essential Elements of
Prayer and Spiritual Experience
Every point in the universe is significant because it is a possible point of contact between the physical universer and the divine. Every part of the universer: the nine planets, the solar system, the lunar system, and the galaxies are all possible points of contact with the divine.