This Article, a sequel to “Mastery, Slavery and Emancipation,” amplified its claims that slaves conceptualized freedom primarily in solidaristic terms as social and political participation, and recognition rather than as individual autonomy or economic opportunity. It replied to skeptical objections offered by Critical Race Theorist Kendall Thomas and offered a solidaristic reading of the autobiographies of Fredercik Douglass and Sellah Martin.
Cardozo Law Review
On Hegel, On Slavery, But not on my Head!,
Cardozo L. Rev.
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