Understanding Philosophy Of Communication And The World Of Conflict Resolution

Francis O. C. Njoku


Philosophy brings a cognitive insight to our ideas and world; thus, the world of conflict resolution needs as much the enlightening vision of philosophy. The reason is that, as the article claims, conflicts arise when people largely talk pass each other. Such a gap might presuppose that they are not acknowledging each other’s effects in the world or not paying attention to the carriers of meaning placed before them. It is against this backdrop that this article finds it important to offer clarification, from a philosophical point of view, on the facts that might facilitate or retard the sharing of meaning in the world of common sense within which communication, conflicts and their resolution take place.

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