Department of Philosophy
A Conference at Bowling Green State University
Friday and Saturday, October 18 and 19, 2002
Click on the title to read an abstract. Full copies can be obtained by sending an email message to Ian Young
- David Lyons (Law and Philosophy, Boston University)
"Unfinished Business: Racial Junctures in US History and Their Legacy"
- Barbara Hall (Philosophy, Georgia State University)
"Absolving Slavery: Naming Our Price" Or "Why Reparations Can Only Be Utilitarian in Nature"
- Lucius T. Outlaw, Jr. (African American Studies and Philosophy, Vanderbilt University)
"The Moral Legacy of Slavery"
- Michael Ridge (Philosophy, University of Edinburgh)
"Giving the Dead Their Due"
- Tommy Lott (Philosophy, San Jose State University)
"The Wrongness of Slavery"
- Robert Fullinwider (Institute for Philosophy and Public Policy, University of Maryland)
"Slavery, Reparations, and Moral Clarity"
- Bernard Boxill (Philosophy, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill)
"The Case for Black Reparations based on the Unjust enrichment of Whites from Slavery"
- Charles Mills (Philosophy, University of Illinois, Chicago)
"Racial Exploitation and the Wages of Whiteness"
- Howard McGary (Philosophy, Rutgers University)
"Forgiveness, Reconciliation and Reparations: The Quest for Democratic Equality"
- Gerald Horne (History, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill)
"Race for Power: The Global Balance of Power & Reparations"