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20th Annual Philosophy Born of Struggle: Advocacy: Ethics, Aesthetics, and Epistemology of Being

By Philosophy Born of Struggle Conference

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Dennis Rogers presents "Resistance to Oppression and Abolishment of Oppressive Systems in the Philosophy of Angela Davis and Herbert Marcuse" beginning at 00:00; Amy Pommerening presents "Prison Abolition, Giorgio Agamben and Angela Davis" beginning at 13:31; Denise James presents "Angela Davis: Radical Habits" beginning at 28:21; Matthew Hutcherson presents "Black Freedom, Communism" beginning at 43:53; discussion with speakers begins at 56:40

Topics: African American philosophy; African Americans; Africana studies; Africana thought; Black studies; Philosophy
Publisher: Purdue University Archives and Special Collections, Purdue University Libraries
Year: 2015
OAI identifier: oai:earchives.lib.purdue.edu:msp194/153
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