Black Issue in Philosophy: Understanding Togetherness in Difference in a Hateful World

By William Mpofu “Wherever one thing stands,” Chinua Achebe (1989) argued, “something else must stand beside it,” because the world must necessarily be a shared … Read more…

Philosophy in the Contemporary World: After September 11th, A Permanent State of Exception?

By Eric Meyer After the September 11th terror attacks, Western broadcast media repeatedly trumpeted the refrain that somehow ‘everything was different!’ than before that shocking … Read more…

Black Issues in Philosophy: The Frantz Fanon Foundation’s 2nd Rencontres

by Nelson Maldonado-Torres The Frantz Fanon Foundation celebrated its 10th Anniversary in the “2nd Rencontres” of the Foundation. The activity took place on December 8th, … Read more…

Philosophy in the Contemporary World: Educating The Just Citizen In The Cave of Charlottesville

By John Altmann When one reflects upon the terrorist attack that occurred in Charlottesville Virginia that resulted in one death and nineteen injuries, it is … Read more…

Face Death: End Racism

By Christina Rawls “This stuff goes deep… But are we keeping quiet because we’re looking an enemy in the face, and it is us? We’re … Read more…

Black Issues in Philosophy: Does Race Trump Gender? Intersectionality and Charles Mills

By Brooks Kirchgassner The recent issue of Critical Philosophy of Race (Vol 5. Issue 1) features a mini symposium on the work of renowned philosopher … Read more…