Keeping Faith: Philosophy and Race in America

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Routledge, 18‏/11‏/2021 - 340 من الصفحات

In this powerful collection by one of today's leading African American intellectuals, Keeping Faith situates the current position of African Americans, tracing the geneology of the "Afro-American Rebellion" from Martin Luther King to the rise of black revolutionary leftists. In Cornel West's hands issues of race and freedom are inextricably tied to questions of philosophy and, above all, to a belief in the power of the human spirit.

 

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The New Cultural Politics of Difference
3
Black Critics and the Pitfalls of Canon Formation
33
A Note on Race and Architecture
45
Horace Pippins Challenge to Art Criticism
55
The Dilemma of the Black Intellectual
67
Philosophy and Political Engagement
87
Theory Pragmatisms and Politics
89
Pragmatism and the Sense of the Tragic
107
Fredric Jamesons American Marxism
165
Reassessing the Critical Legal Studies Movement
195
Critical Legal Studies and a Liberal Critic
207
Movement
227
The Role of Law in Progressive Politics
235
Race and Social Theory
251
The Paradox of the African American Rebellion
271
Notes
293

The Historicist Turn in Philosophy of Religion
119
The Limits of Neopragmatism
135
On Georg Lukács
143

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Cornel West is Professor of Afro-American Studies and Religion at Harvard University. He lectures widely and appears frequently on television, including Conversationswith Bill Moyers.

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