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Race. Edition No. 1. Blackwell Readings in Continental Philosophy

  • ID: 5224917
  • Book
  • January 2001
  • 320 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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This volume provides an introduction to the concept of race within philosophy. It gives an overview of the most important contributions by continental philosophers to the understanding or race (focusing on Kant, Du Bois, Senghor, Sartre and Schutz) as well as presenting a general review of recent philosophical discussions.
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Part I: Kant and the Invention of Race.

1. "Who Invented the Concept of Race?". (Robert Bernasconi).

2. "On the use of Teleological Principles in Philosophy". (Immanuel Kant).

Part II: Du Bois and the Conservation of Races.

3. "Du Bois's Anthropological Notion of Race". (Tommy Lott).

4. "The Conservation of Races". (W.E.B. Du Bois).

Part III: Nardal and Race Consciousness.

5. "Paulette Nardal, Race Consciousness and Antillean Letters". (T. Denean Sharpley-Whiting).

6. "The Awakening of Race Consciousness". (Paulette Nardal).

Part IV: The Negritude Movement.

7. "Black Orpheus". (Jean-Paul Sartre).

8. "Negritude and Modernity or Negritude as a Humanism for the Twentieth Century". (Leopold Senghor).

Part V: Fanon and the Phenomenology of Race.

9. "Fanon, Merleau-Ponty and the Difference of Phenomenology". (Jeremy Weate) 10. "The Lived Experience of the Black". (Frantz Fanon).

Part VI: Dumont and the Structuralist Analysis of Race.

11. "Is there a Structuralist Analysis of Racism?". (Kamala Visweswaran).

12. "Caste, Racism and Stratification". (Louis Dumont).

Part VII: The Politics of Race.

13. "Race, Multiculturalism and Democracy". (Robert Gooding-Williams).

14. "Conversational Break". (Judith Butler).

Part VIII: Phenomenology and Racial Embodiment.

15."Toward a Phenomenology of Racial Embodiment". (Linda Alcoff).

16. "The Invisibility of Racial Minorities in the Public Realm of Appearances". (Robert Bernasconi).


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Robert Bernasconi University of Memphis.
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