Table of contents for The German invention of race / edited by Mark Larrimore and Sara Eigen.

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Introduction: The German Invention of Race	1
Sara Eigen and Mark Larrimore
Modes of Difference: Race, Color, Culture
1. 	What "Progresses" Has Race-Theory Made Since the 	10 
Times of Leibniz and Wolff? 
Peter Fenves
2. 	Laocoön and the Hottentots	29 
Michel Chaouli
Race in Philosophy: the Problem of Kant
3.	Policing Polygeneticism in Germany, 1775: (Kames,) 	42 
Kant and Blumenbach 
John Zammito
4.	Kant's Concept of a Human Race 	72 
Susan M. Shell
5.	Kant and Blumenbach's Polyps: A Neglected Chapter in 	98 
the History of the Concept of Race 
Robert Bernasconi
6.	Race, Freedom and the Fall in Steffens and Kant	124 
Mark Larrimore
Race in the Sciences of Culture
7. 	The German Invention of Völkerkunde: Ethnological 	170 
Discourse in Europe and Asia, 1740-1798 
Han Vermeulen
8.	Gods, Titans, and Monsters: Philhellenism, Race, and 	206 
Religion in Early Nineteenth-Century Mythography 
George S. Williamson
9. 	From Indo-Germans to Aryans: Philology and the 	235 
Racialization of Salvationist National Rhetoric, 1806-30 
Kveta E. Benes
Race in the Political Sphere
10.	Policing the "Menschen=Racen"	257 
Sara Eigen
11.	Jewish Emancipation and the Politics of Race 	285 
Jonathan Hess
Contributors	300

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Race -- Philosophy.
Philosophy, German -- History.