Race, rage, and resistance [electronic resource] : philosophy, psychology, and the perils of individualism /
edited by David M. Goodman, Eric Severson, and Heather Macdonald.
New York, NY : Routledge, 2020.
p. ; cm.
9780367217792 (hardback), 9780367217822 (pbk.), 9780429266058 (ebk)
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New York, NY : Routledge, 2020.
9780367217792 (hardback)
9780367217822 (pbk.)
9780429266058 (ebk)
Licensed for access by U. of T. users.
contents note
Open wounds : discerning, owning, and narrating deep history / Mark Freeman -- Frantz Fanon and psychopathology : the progressive infrastructure of black skin, white masks / Robert Bernasconi -- American cultural symbolism of rage and resistance in collective trauma : racially-influenced political myths, counter-myths, projective identification, and the evocation of transcendent humanity / Nahanni Freeman -- Neoliberalism and the ethics of psychology / Jeff Sugarman -- Black rage and white listening : on the psychologization of racial emotionality / Sam Binkley -- Jouissance and discontent : a meeting of psychoanalysis, race and American slavery / Sheldon George -- The nasty woman : destruction and the path to mutual recognition / Tracy Sidesinger -- Another voice from radical ethics : Denmarks Knud L√łgstrup / Donna M. Orange -- Identity-as-disclosive-space : dasein, discourse and distortion / Robin R. Chalfin -- Finding the other in the self / Nancy McWilliams -- After the world collapsed : two culturally embedded forms of service to others following wide-scale societal traumas / Doris Brothres and Koichi Togashi.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

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