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Fri Mar 21 17:09:48 2014 UTClccn-n921087820.47The bounds of phenomenology : an essay on Husserl and Hegel /0.731.00Hegel & Africa2572777n 921087823268170Kirkland, ...lccn-n91072605Lawson, Bill E.1947-lccn-n80013236Douglass, Frederick1818-1895lccn-n82253054Chattopadhyaya, D. P.(Debi Prasad)1933-edtlccn-n50080637Mohanty, J. N.(Jitendra Nath)1928-hnrnc-george mason university$african american studies programGeorge Mason UniversityAfrican American Studies Programlccn-n80046721Du Bois, W. E. B.(William Edward Burghardt)1868-1963lccn-n85362438Buck-Morss, Susanlccn-n99277313Brown, Nicholas1971-lccn-n79056815Northwestern University (Evanston, Ill.)lccn-n82087853Pinkard, Terry P.Kirkland, Frank M.HistoryPolitical and social viewsPhenomenologyTranscendentalismRace relations--PhilosophyDu Bois, W. E. B.--(William Edward Burghardt),Philosophy, ModernMohanty, J. N.--(Jitendra Nath),SlaveryRaceAfrican Americans--Social conditionsHegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich,United StatesRacism19811982198519871993199819992005511620973.8092E449.D75ocn496698905ocn4642118353676ocn039223609book19980.66Frederick Douglass : a critical reader+-+72205768151287ocn027034238book19930.92Kirkland, Frank MPhenomenology, East and West : essays in honor of J.N. MohantyThis volume contains a broad selection of essays primarily commenting on the significant intellectual contributions of J.N. Mohanty toward phenomenology and Indian philosophy. Mohanty's work over the past thirty years reveals a remarkable grasp of numerous philosophical traditions and a wealth of original ideas, both of which have served to relax the strictures among those traditions and to broaden intellectual horizons. In commemoration of Mohanty, these essays offer a critical yet constructive discussion of his ideas. All of the essays are published here for the first time, and their authors include well known philosophers from Europe, India, the United States and Canada. Mohanty replies to these and other criticisms, taking the opportunity to clarify and further develop his views. The volume thus amounts to a critical and constructive dialogue with Mohanty, a dialogue which will, it is hoped, facilitate a continuous, sympathetic appreciation of his thought+-+023578742591ocn145611694book20050.93Kirkland, Frank M"The problem of the color line : normative or empirical, evolving or non-evolving"54ocn177348445book19810.47Kirkland, Frank MThe bounds of phenomenology : an essay on Husserl and Hegel11ocn858976363book20050.47Kirkland, Frank MThe 2003 W.E.B. Du Bois lecture : The problem of the color line : normative or empirical, evolving or non-evolvingHistory11ocn432154069visu1.00Hegel & AfricaA black and white drawing of Hegel, with a map of Africa behind him, is the main visual on this poster. Along the left side are four beige rectangles against a black background. Speakers' names are listed under Hegel's picture+-+7220576815+-+7220576815Fri Mar 21 15:56:44 EDT 2014batch5377