Friday, June 28, 2013

Black Philosophers Online

Selected articles by contemporary philosophers

Jacoby Adeshei Carter, "Alain LeRoy Locke"

Tina Fernandes Botts, "Legal Hermeneutics"

Kristie Dotson, "How is this Paper Philosophy?"

Delia Fara, "Possibility Relative to a Sortal"

Kathryn Gines, "Comparative and Competing Frameworks of Oppression in Simone de Beauvoir's The Second Sex"

Lewis Gordon, "Is Philosophy Blue?"

Kwame Gyeke, "African Ethics" 

bell hooks, "The Oppositional Gaze: Black Female Spectators"

Brandon Hogan, "A Hegelian Argument for Restorative Criminal Justice"

Henry Odera Oruka, "Sagacity in African Philosophy"

John Pittman, "Double Consciousness"

Ryan Preston-Roedder, "Kant's Ethics and the Problem of Self-Deception"

Tommie Shelby, "Race and Ethnicity, Race and Social Justice: Rawlsian Considerations"

Georgette Sinkler, "Ockham and Ambiguity"

Darian Spearman, "The Philosophical Significance of Slave Narratives"

Kenneth Taylor, "The Syntax and Pragmatics of the Naming Relation"

Mariam Thalos, "Two Conceptions of Collectivity"

Cornel West, "The Dilemma of the Black Intellectual"

Ajume Wingo, "Akan Philosophy of the Person" 

Philosophers (with links to their web pages)

Birt, Robert E.
Boaheng, Paul
Bodunrin, Peter ( -1997)
Boni, Tanella
Buffington, Lina
Burton, Roxanne
Butler, Broadus N. (1920-1996)
Carew, George
Gbotokuma, Zekeh
Mazrui, Ali A. (1933-2014)
Mbiti, John S.
McAllister, Winston Kermit (1920-1976)
McBride, Lee 
Serequeberhan, Tsenay
Sharpley-Whiting, Tracy Denean
Shelby, Tommie
Shelton, LaVerne

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