"For it is because of the presumed universality of Western philosophy that many Western philosophers fail to see their particularity. Conversely, it is because of their recognition of their particularity that African philosophers often articulate universal dimensions of the human condition."

Disciplinary Decadence, p. 57. (Quote selected by Brittany Webb, Temple University) 

"No Longer Enslaved, Yet Not Quite Free": Essays on Freedom, Justice, and the Decolonization of Knowledge (Fordham University Press, expected publication in fall 2015)

© Lewis R. Gordon