By Leonard Harris
This choice of essays by means of American thinker Alain Locke (1885-1954) makes on hand for the 1st time his vital writings on cultural pluralism, worth relativism, and demanding relativism. As a black thinker early during this century, Locke used to be a pioneer: having earned either undergraduate and doctoral levels at Harvard, he was once a Rhodes pupil at Oxford, studied on the collage of Berlin, and chaired the Philosophy division at Howard collage for nearly 4 many years. He was once probably most sensible often called a number one determine within the Harlem Renaissance.LockeOCOs works in philosophyOComany formerly unpublishedOCoconceptually body the Harlem Renaissance and New Negro move and supply an Afro-American critique of pragmatism and cost absolutism, and in addition provide a view of id, communicative competency, and contextualism. additionally, his significant works at the nature of race, race family, and the position of race-conscious literature are awarded to illustrate the applying of his philosophy. LockeOCOs commentaries at the significant philosophers of his day, together with James, Royce, Santayana, Perry, and Ehrenfels support inform the tale of his dating to his former lecturers and his theoretical affinities.In his great advent and interpretive concluding bankruptcy, Leonard Harris describes LockeOCOs lifestyles, evaluates his position as an American thinker and theoretician of the Harlem Renaissance, situates him within the pragmatist culture, and descriptions his affinities with glossy deconstructionist rules. A chronology of the philosopherOCOs existence and bibliography of his works also are supplied. even though a lot has been written approximately Alain Locke, this can be the 1st ebook to target his philosophical contributions."
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Extra resources for The Philosophy of Alain Locke: Harlem Renaissance and Beyond
This anthology is intended to make available the original texts informing Locke's theoretical project. STRUCTURE OF THE ANTHOLOGY Each section of this anthology features works by Locke directly arguing for, criticizing, or expressing a fundamental notion of race, culture, civilization, identity, or value. Nearly all of the works featured here have not been republished. Three articles, "Good Reading," "A Functional View of Value Ultimates," and "Value," were not published during Locke's life. The intention is to provide a reading of Locke that moves through the philosophic strain of his intellectual productions.
Sarna, "From Immigrates to Ethnics: Toward a New Theory of Ethnicization," Ethnicity 8 (1978), 370-378; and G. , Race, Culture, and Evolution (New York: Free Press, 1968). " 13. See Horace Kallen, Culture and Democracy in the United States: Studies in the Group Psychology of the American Peoples (New York: Boni and Liveright, 1924). 14. See William B. ), Alain Locke: Reflections on a Modern Renaissance Man, p. 23. Copyrighted Material Rendering the Text / 27 15 . ), American Philosophy Today and Tomorrow, p.
See Fred Wacker, "The Fate of Cultural Pluralism Within American Social Thought," Ethnic Groups 3 (1981),125-138. II. ), American Philosophy Today and Tomorrow (New York: Lee Furman, 1935), p. 313. 12. On ethnogenesis, see L. Singer, "Ethnogenesis and Negro-Americans Today," Social Research 29 (1962), 419-432; J. Sarna, "From Immigrates to Ethnics: Toward a New Theory of Ethnicization," Ethnicity 8 (1978), 370-378; and G. , Race, Culture, and Evolution (New York: Free Press, 1968). " 13. See Horace Kallen, Culture and Democracy in the United States: Studies in the Group Psychology of the American Peoples (New York: Boni and Liveright, 1924).
The Philosophy of Alain Locke: Harlem Renaissance and Beyond by Leonard Harris