Table of contents for Racism in mind / edited by Michael P. Levine, Tamas Patak.


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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