After Multiculturalism: The Politics of Race and the Dialectics of Liberty provides a unique critique of multiculturalist thought in social theory and public policy from an individualist perspective. Contemporary discourse on race and racism in the United States is dominated by collectivist social theories that are founded on the idea that the only meaningful challenges to racism are those that foster collective social identities and seek to influence and direct the use of state power in the interest of particular racial and ethnic groups.
After Multiculturalism challenges the notion that collectivist and statist ideologies "own" racism as an educational and public policy issue.
About the Author:
John F. Welsh recently retired from his position as professor of higher education at the University of Louisville
|Series:||After the Empire: The Francophone World and Postcolonial France Series|
|Product dimensions:||6.35(w) x 9.37(h) x 0.89(d)|
About the Author
John F. Welsh recently retired from his position as professor of Higher Education at the University of Louisville.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1. Multicultural Thought: Reactionary Tribalism versus the Dialectics of Liberty Chapter 2. Against the Predatory State and the Mystique of Race: The Objectivist Vision of Ayn Rand Chapter 3. Fusion and Transcendence: Murray Rothbard and the Anarcho-Capitalist Critique of Reason Chapter 4. The Old Racism and the New: The Libertarian Analysis and Critique of State Intervention in Society Chapter 5. Our Enemies, Racism and the State: Individualist Anarchism and the Struggle Against Slavery and Racial Violence Chapter 6. Self-Ownership, the Unique Individual, and the Spectre of Race: The Dialectical Egoism of Max Stirner Chapter 7 After Multiculturalism: The Logic of Diversity and the Dialectics of Liberty