Ph.D, Johannes Gutenberg University
B. Phil (honors), Pontifical Urbanian University,
Rome: Philosophy, 1992
HONR 301-02: Justice & Immigration
HONR 301-01: Heidegger
HONR 30-03: John Rawls
HONR 301: Kant
PHIL 480: German Philosophy & Language
PHIL 385: Philosophical Theology
PHIL-485: African Philosophy through Literature
PHIL-301-51: Philosophical Anthropology
Phil-385-01: Theories of Justice
PHIL- 385-02: Continental Philosophy
PHIL-285: Phenomenology & Existentialism
PHIL-200-01: Logic and Critical Reasoning
PHIL-242-01: Modern Philosophy
CCHH-100-01: A First Course in Philosophy
Professor Paul Nnodim holds a Ph.D in Philosophy, English, and American Studies from Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz, Germany.
He is very passionate about teaching. His research interests include contemporary theories of justice, continental philosophy, corporate social responsibility (CSR), and African philosophy.
He is the author of three scholarly books, two children's books, numerous articles, and book chapters.
Professor Nnodim's works have been honored with both international and local awards, such as the American Philosophical Association's Edinburgh Fellowship Award (2010-2011); The International Award for Excellence in interdisciplinary social sciences by The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences (2007); and the MCLA Faculty Research Award (2006), etc.
Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield Group
New York: Routledge (2012 & 2015)
Rawls' Theorie der Gerechtigkeit (Rawls's Theory of justice)
Oberhausen (Germany): Athena Verlag (2004)
By appointment online