The meaning of race : race, history and culture in Western society

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The meaning of race : race, history and culture in Western society

Kenan Malik

Macmillan, 1996

  • : hbk
  • : pbk

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Bibliography: p. 292-303

Includes index

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内容説明

In The Meaning of Race, Kenan Malik throws new light on the nature and origins of ideas of racial difference. Arguing that the concept of 'race' is a means through which Western society has come to understand the relationship between humanity, society and nature, the book re-examines the relationship between Enlightenment thought and racial discourse, clarifies the nature of scientific racism, and presents a critique of postmodern theories of cultural 'difference'.

目次

Introduction.- Beyond the Liberal Hour.- The Social Limits to Equality.- The Making of a Discourse of Race.- Race in the Age of Democracy Race, Culture and Nationhood From Biological Hierarchy to Cultural Diversity.- Cultural Wars.- Universalism, Humanism and the Discourse of Race.- Equality and Emancipation.- Bibliography.- Index.

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