Race, Social Identity, and Human Dignity
Social Philosophy Today, Volume 16
Cheryl Hughes, Editor
This volume of Social Philosophy Today contains a selection of papers presented at the 16th International Social Philosophy Conference (1999), an event sponsored by the North American Society for Social Philosophy. The conference theme was "Race, Social Identity, and Human Dignity"; this volume invites wider discussion of these issues. Contributors include George Carew, Ernest Garcia, Yeager Hudson, Cornelius Kampe, Shaireen Rasheed, John R. Rowan, and James Sterba.
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· ISBN: 978-1-889680-23-1 · Published 2002 · Paperback (no longer available) · 255 pages, 20 contributions ·
· ISSN 1543-4044 (print) · Online access to this volume included with Social Philosophy Today ·