Description - Achieving Our Humanity by Emmanuel C. Eze
Does 'race' make us human? Drawing upon the experience of being racialized as 'black' for the first time while living in the United States and England, Nigerian born Emmanuel Eze argues that racial identification is not essential to our humanity. If we can achieve, or seriously commit to, a goal of equality for all, Eze believes that it is possible for humankind to overcome its racial antagonisms and move toward a future in which race has little significance. Achieving Our humanity explores this post-racial future through a philosophical analysis of the social, cultural, economic and, most importantly, our future.
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Author Biography - Emmanuel C. Eze
Emmanuel C. Eze is Associate Professor of Philosophy at DePaul University. He is the editor of Race and Enlightenment: A Reader, African Philosophy: An Anthology (1997), and Postcolonial African Philosophy: A Critical Reader (1998).