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Dapo Ladimeji
Cambridge University (PhD)
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    Appiah and the Racism in His Work -Part 1.Dapo Ladimeji - 2019 - African Century Journal 2019 (March):1-12.
    This article’s (Part1 of a series) main focus is on a logical analysis of Appiah’s main argument that Alexander Crummell was a racist. However to show that the implicit fraudulent scholarship involved in nature of the argument is specifically racist we need to put his claimed logical argument in the context of other claims that Appiah makes in order to show that there is a pattern of fraudulent scholarship with a specifically anti African anti- Afro American animus. A ‘prelude ‘ (...)
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    Appiah and the Racism in His Work -Part 2.Dapo Ladimeji - 2019 - African Century Journal 2019 (March):16-21.
    This is the second of a multi-part article on the racism in Anthony Appiah’s work. This short article will focus on his normalisation of racism in a specific instance in a specific work 'Colour Conscious' (Appiah & Guttman, 1996).
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    Appiah and the Racism in His Work - Part 3.Dapo Ladimeji - 2019 - African Century Journal 2019 (June):1-8.
    This article, the final part of the series, will focus on genocide. To understand the argument we need to start with some definitions. Rapheal Lemkin invented the term and promoted its adoption. As Samantha Power explains in her introduction to his primary work: “In Axis Rule he wrote that ‘genocide’ meant ‘a coordinated plan of different actions aiming at the destruction of essential foundations of the life of national groups, with the -/- aim of annihilating the groups themselves’. The perpetrators (...)
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