Fordham University Press (2013)

Dwayne Tunstall
Grand Valley State University
Gabriel Marcel’s reflective method is animated by his extraphilosophical commitment to battle the ever-present threat of dehumanization in late Western modernity. Unfortunately, Marcel neglected to examine what is perhaps the most prevalent threat of dehumanization in Western modernity: antiblack racism. Without such an account, Marcel’s reflective method is weakened because it cannot live up to its extraphilosophical commitment. Tunstall remedies this shortcoming in his eloquent new volume.
Keywords Gabriel Marcel  Lewis R. Gordon  existentialism  antiblack racism  extraphilosophical commitment
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