Race and the Enlightenment: A Reader

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Emmanuel Chukwudi Eze
Wiley, Feb 18, 1997 - Literary Criticism - 176 pages
Emmanuel Eze collects into one convenient and controversial volume the most important and influential writings on race that the European Enlightenment produced.

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Thanks to an excerpt from Hegel's "Geographical Basis of World History," I now know that the reasons Africans have lived in unthinking savagery while Europeans were busy pursuing higher spiritual ... Read full review

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Emmanuel Chukwudi Eze teaches in the Department of Philosophy at Bucknell University and is Research Associate at the African Studies Centre, Cambridge University, 1996-8. He is the editor of Blackwell's forthcoming African Philosophy: An Anthology and African Philosophy: A Critical Reader.

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