This book is a collection of important exchanges between Jorge J. E. Gracia and other prominent philosophers who have engaged him in dialogue on issues relating to race, ethnicity, nationality, and Hispanic/Latino identity in the United States. These philosophers include Lucius T. Outlaw Jr., Linda M. Alcoff, K. Anthony Appiah, Robert Gooding-Williams, Richard J. Bernstein, Gregory Pappas, Eduardo Mendieta, Susana Nuccetelli, and Lawrence Blum. The book is divided into three parts. Part I deals with race, ethnicity, nationality, and the meta-philosophical question of the value of a philosophical inquiry of these topics. Part II addresses Hispanic/Latino identity and related questions. Part III focuses on Hispanic/Latino philosophy and philosophers in Latin America and the United States.
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