What is the opposite of freedom? In Freedom as Marronage, Neil Roberts answers this question with definitive force: slavery, and from there he unveils powerful. What is the opposite of freedom? In Freedom as Marronage, Neil Roberts answers this question with definitive force: slavery, and from there he. PDF | A book review of Neil Roberts, Freedom as Marronage (Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, ).
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This book explores the meaning of freedom through its fundamental relationship to the experience of slavery. It makes transparent a central insight on the human condition often ignored or disavowed by philosophers and political theorists by examining a specific, highly overlooked form of flight from slavery, marronage, that was fundamental to Caribbean and Latin American slave systems and has widespread application to European, New World, and black diasporic societies.
The theory derived from such flight is freedom as marronage.
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The text deepens our understanding of freedom not only by situati It argues that we must pay more attention to the experience of the process by which people emerge from slavery to freedom. Du Bois, Angela Y. This work is significant for scholars in black studies, Caribbean thought, interdisciplinary philosophy, American studies, critical theory, contemporary political theory, and all those interested in the idea of freedom between past and future. Don’t have an account?
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Freedom as Marronage Neil Roberts Abstract This book explores the meaning of freedom through its fundamental relationship to the experience of slavery. More This book explores the meaning of freedom through its fundamental relationship to the experience of slavery.
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One The Disavowal of Slave Agency. Part Two Slave Theorists of Freedom. Two Comparative Freedom and the Flight from Slavery.
Freedom as Marronage by Neil Roberts
Three Sovereign Marronage and Its Others. Maronage Sociogenic Marronage in a Slave Revolution. Five Marronage between Past and Future. Afterword Why Marronage Still Matters.
End Matter Bibliography Index.