Keeping Faith: Philosophy and Race in America
In Keeping Faith, Cornel West - author of the bestselling Race Matters - puts forward his ideas about race and about philosophy. West's powerful voice ranges widely across issues of race and culture, the role of the black intellectual, politics and philosophy in America, art and architecture, questions of legal theory, and the future of liberal thought.
In a time of decay and discouragement in the black community and among progressive forces at large, Keeping Faith offers new strategies to galvanize and propel a new generation of African Americans. Yet, West argues, racial subordination must be understood within the larger crises of our society. Maintaining the uniqueness of black identity and resistance, he provocatively suggests alliances with other intellectual and community-based forms of American radicalism.
Keeping Faith offers West's distinctive mix of political passions and careful scrutiny. Whether exploring 'the new cultural politics of difference', American pragmatism, or race and social theory, he sustains a difficult balance between a subtly argued critique of the past and present, and a broadly conceived, daring vision of the future.
Both troubling and exhilarating, Keeping Faith maps not only the concerns of one of the most significant public intellectuals of our time, but issues crucial to Americans of all races.
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KEEPING FAITH: Philosophy and Race in Americaمعاينة المستخدمين - Kirkus
West is the professor of religion and director of Afro- American studies at Princeton whose short essay collection, Race Matters (p. 216), became a bestseller earlier this year. The essays in this ... قراءة التقييم بأكمله
Keeping faith: philosophy and race in Americaمعاينة المستخدمين - Not Available - Book Verdict
As Henry James moved to Europe to write about America, so Princeton philosopher West ( Race Matters , LJ 3/15/93) finds a frame for his assessment of the state of the "New World African'' through ... قراءة التقييم بأكمله
The New Cultural Politics of Difference
Black Critics and the Pitfalls of Canon Formation
A Note on Race and Architecture
Horace Pippins Challenge to Art Criticism
The Dilemma of the Black Intellectual
Philosophy and Political Engagement
Theory Pragmatisms and Politics
Pragmatism and the Sense of the Tragic
Fredric Jamesons American Marxism
Reassessing the Critical Legal Studies Movement
Critical Legal Studies and a Liberal Critic
The Role of Law in Progressive Politics
Race and Social Theory
The Paradox of the African American Rebellion