I Am Because We are: Readings in Black Philosophy

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Fred L. Hord, Jonathan Scott Lee
University of Massachusetts Press, 1995 - Philosophy - 390 pages
An anthology of writings by prominent black thinkers which makes the case for a central tradition of Black philosophy rooted in Africa and distinct from the intellectual heritage of the West. The work is divided geographically into three parts - Africa, the Caribbean and North America.

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