...for Black feminist philosophers, the key to successful production of philosophical work worthy of the name does not merely hinge on one’s appeal to white philosophers. Instead, to do philosophy as a Black feminist with the aim of producing Black feminist philosophy entails the often-strenuous labor of categorically refusing disciplinary philosophy’s unwavering demand for legitimation.
This article by Axelle Karera; is a selection from The Oxford Handbook of Feminist Philosophy, edited by Edited by Kim Q. Hall and Ásta
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