Table of contents for Race and racism in modern philosophy / edited by Andrew Valls.

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Contents
Introduction
Andrew Valls	1
1. Descartes's Silences on Slavery and Race	00
Timothy J. Reiss
2. Race in Hobbes	00
Barbara Hall
3. Metaphysics at the Barricades: Spinoza and Race	00
Debra Nails
4. Imagining an Inundation of Australians; or, Leibniz on the Principles of Grace and Race
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Peter Fenves
5. The Contradictions of Racism: Locke, Slavery, and the Two Treatises	000
Robert Bernasconi and Anika Maaza Mann
6. Berkeley and the Westward Course of Empire: On Racism and Ethnocentrism	000
William Uzgalis
7. "A Lousy Empirical Scientist": Rethinking Hume's Racism	000
Andrew Valls
8. Rousseau, Natural Man, and Race	000
Bernard Boxill
9. Kant's Untermenschen	000
Charles Mills
10. Race and Law in Hegel's Philosophy of Religion	000
Michael Hoffheimer
11. John Stuart Mill and "The Negro Question": Race, Colonialism, and the Ladder of 
Civilization	000
Anthony Bogues
12. Marx, Race, and the Political Problem of Identity	000
Richard Peterson
13. Nietzsche's Racial Profiling	000
James Winchester
About the Contributors	000
Index	000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Race -- Philosophy.
Race relations -- Philosophy.
Racism.
Philosophy, Modern.