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  1. Chester Himes, Jacques Derrida and Inescapable Colonialism: Reflections on African Philosophy From the Diaspora.Bryan Mukandi - 2015 - South African Journal of Philosophy 34 (4):526-537.
    In this article, I read Chester Himes' Blind Man With a Pistol as the work of an African- American writer who takes Harlem to be a colonial space, and who attempts to think through the ways that are available for him to contribute to some degree of liberation for its black residents. I suggest that there are strong parallels between Himes' position and that of African philosophers, and that Himes' self critique is instructive. I read this against Derrida's thoughts on (...)
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