From Class to Race and Back Again: A Critique of Charles Mills’ Black Radical Liberalism
作者: GregorySlack
刊名: Science & Society, 2020, Vol.84 (1), pp.67-94
来源数据库: Guilford Publications
DOI: 10.1521/siso.2020.84.1.67
关键词: MarxRaceSlaveryWhite supremacyCharles Mills
原始语种摘要: Charles Mills' philosophical position has undergone a number of subtle shifts over the past 30 years. Nevertheless, there has been a relative consistency in his thought over the past two decades, at least since The Racial Contract of 1997. That consistency consists in his turn towards social contract theory and its liberal values and away from Marxism with its focus on class and political economy. Mills notes that this turn does not constitute a “a complete repudiation of Marxism, since I do think that a modified historical materialism might be able to carry out an adequate conceptualization of the significance of race.” Some of the claims Mills makes about Marx and Engels, however, should be challenged; they (or their views) are not as “white” as Mills attests. Indeed, Marx and Engels...
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  • Black 布莱克
  • claims 赔偿金
  • political 政治
  • economy 经济
  • White 怀特牌汽车
  • capitalism 资本主义
  • supremacy 霸权
  • since 以来
  • towards 朝向
  • consistency 一致性