Table of contents for Collective ethics and humanism in Fanon's Wretched of the earth / Vivaldi Jean-Marie.

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Contents 
Preface VII
Introduction 3
1.Violence and Ethical Recognition 9
 Manicheism and the Oppression of the Colonized Subjectivity 18
 The Intellectual Elites and the Colonized Mass 32
 Collective Ethics and Revolutionary Praxis 40
 Nationalist Political Parties and the Colonized Elites 51
 The Peasantry as the Revolutionary Power 55
 Collective Ethics and the Humanist Theme of Socialism 63
 Solidarity and National Independence 69
2. Collective Ethics and Humanism 77
3. Fanon & Schmitt: Political Organization and Collective Ethics 93
 The Impact of the Rural Mass on the Political Institution 101
 Political Education and National Consciousness 109
4. Impotence of the National Bourgeoisie and National Consciousness 123
5. Emergence of National Culture as the Ultimate Form of Humanism 147
 The Intellectuals and Existential Anxiety 152
 The Awakening of National Culture 154

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Fanon, Frantz, 1925-1961. Damnãaes de la terre.
Colonization -- Moral and ethical aspects.
Political violence -- Moral and ethical aspects.
France -- Colonies -- Africa.
Algeria -- History -- Revolution, 1954-1962.