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Black Queer Ethics, Family, and Philosophical Imagination by Thelathia Nikki Young.
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1-137-58499-8
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1st ed. 2016.
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Preface.-Introduction -- 1. Practicing Black Queer Ethics Through Stories and Narrative -- 2. The Disciplinary Power of Norms -- 3. The Moral Practice of Disrupting Norms -- 4. From Norms to Values: Moral Agency and Creative Resistance -- 5. Subversive-Generative Moral Imagination -- Conclusion. Reflections on Black Queer Morality and Family -- Appendix A-E. .
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This book acknowledges and highlights the moral excellence embedded in black queer practices of family. Taking the lives, narratives, and creative explorations of black queer people seriously, Thelathia Nikki Young brings readers on a journey of new, queer ethical methods that include confrontation, resistance, and imagination. Young asserts that family and its surrounding norms are both microcosms of and foundations for human relationships. She discusses how black queer people are moral subjects whose ethical reflection, lived experience, and embodied action demonstrate valuable moral agency for those of us thinking about liberating and life-giving ways to enact family. Young posits that black queer people enact moral agency in ways that ought to be understood qua moral agency. Refusing to recognize the examples from this (and any other) community, Young argues, denies us all the learning and moral growth that come from connecting with diverse human experiences. This book investigates how acknowledging and critically engaging with the moral agency within marginalized subjectivities allow us to consider and bear witness to the moral potential in us all. .
Palabras clave:
Social sciences-Philosophy.; Ethics.; Social sciences; Sociology.; African Americans.; Social Philosophy.; Moral Philosophy.; Philosophy of the Social Sciences.; Gender Studies.; African American Culture.

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^aUniversidad de San Andrés - Biblioteca Max Von Buch
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Universidad de San Andrés
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Biblioteca Max Von Buch

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