What Is Race? Four Philosophers, Six Views

Philosophical Papers 51 (1):115-145 (2022)
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In this commentary I give an overview of the book "What is Race?: Four Philosophical Views," outlining the arguments each author makes in formulating and defending their respective views. I present some challenges to these views and argue that the scope of the book is an important consideration in our assessment of its contribution.

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