February 2001, Wiley-Blackwell
Part I: Kant and the Invention of Race.
Part II: Du Bois and the Conservation of Races.
Part III: Nardal and Race Consciousness.
Part IV: The Negritude Movement.
Part V: Fanon and the Phenomenology of Race.
Part VI: Dumont and the Structuralist Analysis of Race.
Part VII: The Politics of Race.
Part VIII: Phenomenology and Racial Embodiment.
- Provides an introduction to the concept of race within philosophy.
- Gives an overview of the most important contributions by continental philosophers to the understanding of race.
- Presents a general review of recent philosophical discussions.
- Moves the debate forward by including new contributions by some of the leading theorists.
"This collection provides a valuable new perspective on one of the most vexing issues of the modern era. Bernasconi is to be commended." Albert Mosley, Smith College
"This excellent and wide-ranging anthology is certain to enrich and enliven contemporary philosophical discussion of the concept of race." Michele Moody-Adams, Cornell University