Is there even such a thing as the philosophy of race, or race viewed from a philosophical point of view? If so, I would like to read some references on the philosophy of race. I would be very interested to hear what philosophers have said about race, racism, and other racial issues. I am not primarily interested in a biological or even sociological perspective on race, I am more interested in the philosophical perspective on race, if there even is such a thing.
Of course there is. Biology, social analysis, politics and realpolitik, legal theory and rights discourse, and philosophy intersect. The industrialised genocide of the Holocaust, provides particular grounds for ethical questions and moral dilemmas.
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