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Contents Preface 000 Introduction Tamas Pataki 000 Part I. What Is Racism? 1. The Nature of Racism Michael Dummett 000 2. Three Sites for Racism: Social Structures, Valuings, and Vice J. L. A. Garcia 000 3. What Do Accounts of "Racism" Do? Lawrence Blum 000 4. Philosophy and Racism Michael P. Levine 000 5. Oppressions: Racial and Other Sally Haslanger 000 Part II. The Psychology of Racism 6. Racism as Manic Defense Neil Altman and Johanna Tiemann 000 7. The Characters of Violence and Prejudice Elisabeth Young-Bruehl 000 8. Racism and Impure Hearts Lawrence A. Lengbeyer 000 9. Psychoanalysis, Racism, and Envy Tamas Pataki 000 Part III. Racism, Morality, Politics 10. Why We Should Not Think of Ourselves as Divided by Race Bernard Boxill 11. Upside-down Equality: A Response to Kantian Thought Laurence Thomas 000 12. The Social Element: A Phenomenology of Racialized Space and the Limits of Liberalism Cynthia Willett 000 13. If You Say So: Feminist Philosophy and Antiracism Marguerite La Caze 000 References 000 Contributors 000 Index 000
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Racism