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Chad Kautzer is Assistant Professor of Philosophy at the University of Colorado Denver.
Eduardo Mendieta is Professor of Philosophy at Stony Brook University. He is editor of Latin American Philosophy (IUP, 2003).
Table of Contents
|Introduction: Community in the Age of Empire||p. 1|
|Transformative Communities and Enlarged Loyalties|
|When Philosophy Paints Its Blue on Gray: Irony and the Pragmatist Enlightenment||p. 19|
|The Unexamined Frontier: Dewey, Pragmatism, and America Enlarged||p. 46|
|Pragmatism and Solidarity with the Past||p. 73|
|Mead on Cosmopolitanism, Sympathy, and War||p. 89|
|Deliberating about the Past: Decentering Deliberative Democracy||p. 110|
|The Racial Nation|
|Race, Nation, and Nation-State: Tocqueville on (U.S.) American Democracy||p. 127|
|William James on Nation and Race||p. 142|
|Race, Culture, and Black Self-Determination||p. 163|
|Prophetic Vision and Trash Talkin': Pragmatism, Feminism, and Racial Privilege||p. 186|
|The Tragedy and Comedy of Empire|
|The Unpredictable American Empire||p. 209|
|Transcending the "Gory Cradle of Humanity": War, Loyalty, and Civic Action in Royce and James||p. 222|
|Pragmatism and War||p. 242|
|Laughter Against Hubris: A Preemptive Strike||p. 254|
|Interview with Cornel West, Conducted||p. 279|
|List of Contributors||p. 311|
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