Philosophy and the Politics of Meaning
Racist Culture offers an anti essentialist and non reductionist account of racialized discourse and racist expression. Goldberg demonstrates that racial thinking is a function of the transforming categories and conceptions of social subjectivity throughout modernity.
1. Introduction: Racial Subjects.
2. Modernity, Race and Morality.
3. Racialized Discourse.
4. The Masks of Race.
5. Racist Exclusions.
6. Racisms and Rationalities.
7. Racial Knowledge.
8. Polluting the Body Politic: Race and Urban Location.
9. Taking Race Pragmatically.