A Dealer of Old Clothes treats David Walker, an early nineteenth-century abolitionist, as a philosophical sage. In this text, Scriven poses philosophical questions to Walker via his Appeal and solicits philosophical answers on topics such as race, emancipatory struggle, and the problem of evil.See W. M. Urban, Language and Realitv (New York: Macmillan Co., 1951) p.587. 5. ... of Tradition or How to Burn Babylon and Build Benin While Reading A. Preface to a Twenty-Volume Suicide Noteaquot; as ... In this article Harris says, aquot;There is a difference between a#39;acting as if such that our acts make the a#39;as if real, and a#39; actinganbsp;...
|Title||:||A Dealer of Old Clothes|
|Publisher||:||Lexington Books - 2007-01-01|