On race and philosophy

By Lucius T., Jr Outlaw & Outlaw, Lucius

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ISBN
978-0-41591-535-9
Publisher
New York : Routledge, 1996.


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Reviewed on September 1, 1996

A leader in the black philosophy movement, Outlaw (philosophy, Fisk) doesn't want the concept of race--or races themselves--to disappear. Indeed, he wants to make the idea of race respectable and to define races in terms of a combination of biological inheritances and cultural elements embodying values. Arguing that we need an African-oriented philosophy and a social science aimed at facilitating the articulation of African culture, he envisions "more than housecleaning" for philosophy in America. "Renova...Log In or Sign Up to Read More

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