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    Creolizing the Canon: Philosophy and Decolonial Democratization?Jane Anna Gordon, Gopal Guru, Sundar Sarukkai, Kipton E. Jensen & Mickaella L. Perina - 2020 - Journal of World Philosophies 5 (2):94-138.
    How does creolization fare as a social-scientific concept? While Jane Gordon seeks to underscore the potential such a concept might have in the social sciences and philosophy, her discussants Gopal Guru, Kipton E. Jensen, Mickaella Perina, and Sundar Sarukkai draw attention to descriptive and normative issues that need to be addressed before arguments formulating and enacting creolization processes can be brought into domains of life from which they have been historically excluded.
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  2. Howard Thurman and the African American nonviolence tradition.Kipton E. Jensen - 2019 - In Amin Asfari (ed.), Civility, Nonviolent Resistance, and the New Struggle for Social Justice. Brill | Rodopi.
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    Making Room for Reason.Kipton E. Jensen - 2000 - Philosophy and Theology 12 (2):359-376.
    The following essay aims at a revisionist reading of Hegel’s “Faith and Knowledge.” Whereas Kant found it necessary to limit [aufheben] reason in order to make room for faith, a principle adopted though significantly revised by Jacobi (and Schleiermacher) and Fichte, Hegel reverses this religious dictum. Ostensibly critical of the theological truce of the times, between a brand of reason no longer worthy of the name and a faith no longer worth the bother, Hegel’s 1802 essay constitutes his first sustained (...)
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