This year’s conference will be hosted at Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.
The theme will be, “PHILOSOPHY AND AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDIES”
Stay tuned for details.
OR: THE MYSTIC CORDS OF NELSON ROLIHLAHLA MANDELA'S (Madiba's) SHADOW It was Spring break at Central State University, March, 1968. I was junior at Central, double majoring in English and Philosophy. Wearing blue jeans, sporting a short Afro and a flower-colored shirt which was the hippie style, I went to Louisville, Kentucky for the purpose of courting Joyce Richie and meeting her parents. She was a senior at Central. I drove a borrowed Mustang that barely went down the road. I met … [Read More...]
The Liberatory Philosophy of Martin Luther King, Jr. is a philosophical anthology which explores Dr. King’s legacy as a philosopher and his contemporary relevance as a thinker-activist. It consists of sixteen chapters organized into four sections: Part I, King within Philosophical Traditions, Part II, King as Engaged Social and Political Philosopher, Part III, King’s Ethics of Nonviolence, and Part IV, Hope Resurgent or Dream Deferred: Perplexities of King’s Philosophical Optimism. Most … [Read More...]