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Kant on Race Reading Group

10 Jun 2024 10:26 AM | Eli Benjamin Israel (Administrator)

Are you curious about Immanuel Kant's theory of race? If so, then look no further! The purpose of this reading group is to critically examine Kant’s essays on race.

No prior knowledge of Kant's work on race or other works is required for this group . Each meeting will focus on one essay with the aim of understanding Kant's arguments. The first hour of each session will begin with an overview of the text followed by analysis of the arguments presented therein. Questions, comments, and thoughts about the text are highly welcome during this time. The second hour will be dedicated to open discussion about the text.

For any questions about the reading group, please email Corey Beckford at Additionally, if you do not own a copy of the readings please feel free to contact Corey for the readings.

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