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confronting state and theory
61. Radical Philosophy Review: Volume > 18 > Issue: 1
James B. Haile, III, The Cultural-logic Turn of Black Philosophy
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Much of Africana philosophy concerns itself with the social and political; that is, those issues that relate to “racism” or “racialization” as suffered by Africana persons. Within this understanding, Africana persons become defined by and studied through theories which presume a shared anthropology with their white counterparts. This essay argues that Africana philosophy would benefit in thinking beyond “race” and “racialization” towards a theorization of the cultural aspects of Africana persons as the basis of our study and understanding of Africana persons. Specifically, this essay theorizes the relationship between mytho-logos and the culturalogic as offering a new lens through which to analyze the range problems confronting Africana philosophy.
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Patrick Anderson, Idealism, Multiculturalism, and the Critical Race Theory Legacy
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Eddy M. Souffrant, The Modern Condition
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Shelly Johnson, Quo Vadis? Charting a Path in Turbulent Times
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Michael J. Monahan, Rousseau, Fanon, and the Question of Method in Political Theory
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Raphael Sassower, Capital's Malfunctions in the Twenty-first Century
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P. Khalil Saucier, The Racial Gestalt of Hannah Arendt's Thought
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Gino Signoracci, The Path to Exclusion: European Debates about Non-Western Cultures and What “Counts” as Philosophy
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Ian Werkheiser, Radically Connected: The Structure and Political Promise of Interdependence
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Mark Woods, Death from Above: Drone Warfare
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