- Title Pages
- 1. Writing a Check That Philosophy Can’t Cash
- 2. Mapping the Boundaries of Race, Ethnicity, and Nationality
- 3. Race, Ethnicity, and Philosophy
- 4. Race, Ethnicity, Nationality, and Philosophy
- 5. Race, Ethnicity, Nationality, and Philosophy
- 6. Is Being Hispanic an Identity?
- 7. The Boundaries of Hispanic Identity
- 8. Hispanic Identity, Its Origin, and Hispanic Philosophers
- 9. The Role of Culture in Hispanic Identity
- 10. The Language Prism
- 11. The Second <i>Reconquista</i>
- 12. Hispanic/Latino Identity
- 13. Hispanics/Latinos, Labels, and Latino Philosophy
- 14. Ethnic Philosophy and Latin American Philosophy
- 15. Latino and Latin American Philosophy
- 16. Affirmative Action for Latinos
- 17. Hispanics/Latinos and Philosophy
- Closing Thoughts
Original Panels and Discussions
- Debating Race, Ethnicity, and Latino Identity
- Iván Jaksić
- Columbia University Press
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