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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 00 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
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Race -- Philosophy.
Race relations -- Philosophy.