Philosophy of Race

Philosophy and Race: An Introduction to Philosophy of Race by Thomas Metcalf

The Ontology of Race: What Are Races? by Abiral Chitrakar Phnuyal

Reparations for Historic Injustice by Joseph Frigault

Responding to Morally Flawed Historical Philosophers and Philosophies by Victor Fabian Abundez-Guerra and Nathan Nobis

Aristotle’s Defense of Slavery by Dan Lowe 

Removing Confederate Monuments by Travis Timmerman

Epistemic Injustice by Huzeyfe Demirtas

What Is Misogyny? by Odelia Zuckerman and Clair Morrissey

African American Existentialism: DuBois, Locke, Thurman, and King by Anthony Sean Neal

Readers interested in philosophical issues about race may also find these essays especially relevant:

Social Contract Theory by David Antonini

John Rawls’ ‘A Theory of Justice’ by Ben Davies

Distributive Justice: How Should Resources be Allocated? By Dick Timmer and Tim Meijers

Philosophy of Law: An Overview by Mark Satta

Free Speech by Mark Satta

Plato’s Crito: When should we break the law? by Spencer Case

Theories of Punishment by Travis Joseph Rodgers

The Death Penalty by Benjamin S. Yost

Defining Capitalism and Socialism and Arguments for Capitalism and Socialism by Thomas Metcalf

Marx’s Conception of Alienation by Dan Lowe