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A Critique of Asouzu's Notion of Ihe Mkpuchi Anya (the Phenomenon of Concealment)
This research work is a conscious participation in African philosophy, precisely on Asouzu's notion of Ihe Mkpuchi Anya (The Phenomenon of Concealment). The work attempts to address some of the challenges of human ambivalent situations that are visible in the way we judge, act, will, value, conceive reality and so forth. In this work we argued that human beings are conscious beings. Due to this consciousness, their actions are difficult to predict. Actors themselves often act against theirdoi:10.5281/zenodo.3408616 fatcat:xemcghh7snfujjp7n5trfv6cim