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    Hegel and the Dialectic of Racism
    The Proceedings of the Twenty-First World Congress of Philosophy 2 51-57. 2006.
    The modern conception of an atomistic subject constituting itself by excluding and dominating its other(s) remains insufficient for rethinking a "postcolonial subject" despite its merits in explaining the historical relationship between the Western subject and the Oriental other. Hegel seems to offer a promising alternative to this model. For Hegel, the construction of the subject does not take place in terms of the exclusion and oppression of, but in terms of a dialectical relationship to, its …Read more
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    The Soul Knows No Bars
    Teaching Philosophy 24 (3): 304-307. 2001.
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    This book analyzes the concept of democracy and its practical application in the twenty-first century from a philosophical and postcolonial perspective
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    Madness and Death in Philosophy
    State University of New York Press. 2005.
    Demonstrates the significance of the concepts of madness and death for the history of philosophy
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    Hegel and the Dialectic of Racism
    The Proceedings of the Twenty-First World Congress of Philosophy 2 51-57. 2006.
    The modern conception of an atomistic subject constituting itself by excluding and dominating its other remains insufficient for rethinking a "postcolonial subject" despite its merits in explaining the historical relationship between the Western subject and the Oriental other. Hegel seems to offer a promising alternative to this model. For Hegel, the construction of the subject does not take place in terms of the exclusion and oppression of, but in terms of a dialectical relationship to, its oth…Read more
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    The Soul Knows No Bars: Inmates Reflect on Life, Death and Hope (review)
    Teaching Philosophy 24 (3): 304-307. 2001.
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    This dissertation traces the themes of madness and death from Plato to twentieth century European philosophy. By focusing on the writings of Plato, Hegel, Heidegger and Foucault, this work tries to articulate the way in which philosophy relies on the themes of madness and death to define itself. Madness and death are not simply topics within philosophy, but they are the "other" of philosophical discourse. In this respect madness and death are instances of negativity. Negativity plays a significa…Read more