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Unformatted text preview: e Offers a bold conceptualization of the racial order and a critique of the way it has been (mis)represented within the domain of s Courageously creativeh&Social Theory and Practice I recommend this book as an important and timely reminder of the ways in which a philosophy which ignores race is bound up w Mills's work on the Racial Contract is a major contribution to modern critical social and political thought, and will become an im p Fish don't see water, men don't see patriarchy, and white philosophers don't see white supremacy. We can do little about fish . C Like Melville's Benito Cereno, this short, explosive book unflinchingly explores the centrality of raceh&both in its utterly open b r This is a significant and compelling work. In the modest compass of an extended essay, Mills succeeds in altering our view of a...
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- Spring '08