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    • who benefits from African research? 

      Gichure, Christine Prof.
      The case spans over more than 20 years. It begins in the 1980s and is currently being debated. Between 1984 and 1986 a Ph. D. Botany student wanted to establish what kind of enzymes could be found in lakes of the Great ...
    • Woman, nature & identity: insights from Ogolla, Stein & Escriva. 

      Gichure, Christine Prof.
      In this paper I look at woman, nature and identity from three different perspectives: that of a novelist, that of a woman philosopher and finally the explanation of the same from a spiritual leader. In the novel, "The ...
    • Work and human perfectibility: why virtues matters 

      Gichure, Christine Prof.
      In recent times there have been a number of articles and books on different aspects of Applied Ethics. A number of them have tried to tackle Applied Ethics from the point of Work as such. In this paper I will analyse work ...
    • Work revisited. the triple perfective dimensions of human work: an Aristotelian perspective. 

      Gichure, Christine Prof.
      The term 'work' is today one of the most common words on people's lips all over the world. People talk of going to work, coming from work, looking for work or a job. People leave their families, their homes, and even ...