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Racism by Robert Miles

Racism (1989)

by Robert Miles

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First published in 1989. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.



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No author and no reader changes the meaning of words. The struggle of discourses changes their meanings, and so the combination in which we put words together matters, and the order of propositions matters: through these, whatever our intentions, words take on meaning.

Macdonell 1986: 51
It is one of the penalties of toying with the race-notion that even a strong mind trying to repudiate it will find himself making assumptions and passing judgements on the basis of theory he disclaims.

Barzun 1938: 44
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