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February 20, 2013

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George Gale

As luck would have it, it is not the case that "White guys can't jump".


Matt Crow

This is a very interesting and important project, especially as a way of writing philosophy and its history. I think Enlightenment as it had a history in the colonial, revolutionary, and early national US warrants inclusion here- none of the figures are Leibniz or Kant or Hume but they contribute to this question in very real and consequential ways.

In general, I'd be surprised if these titles aren't at least in the back of your head, but if not, Foucault's Society Must be Defended (trans.), and Pocock's Barbarism and Religion, v. 4 would seem to me to be essential if you have not already consulted.

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