Questions from the audience considered the nature of radicalism and particularly Marxism as related to Locke as well as a question on the role of literature in interpersonal communication. Dr Radford-Curry engages a discussion on a Lockean model of education and suggests a difference between having cultural or ethnic presence in the class on the one hand and having a multicultural curriculum on the other.
She also discusses how sanity and insanity are used differently for blacks than for whites Dorothy Roberts taking up Williams’ focus talks about the citizen subject relationship between the American Government and predominantly black communities. Peggy Davis continues the discussion of the social logic rooted in white supremacy and argues that the 14th amendment is informed by slavery and anti-slavery arguments. Garth Baker argues for the African as opposed to Greek origins of mathematics and algebra.
Building on previous feminist and rhetorical scholarship, this essay collection presents a sustained discussion of the unique methods by which women’s ethos is constructed and transformed.
Editors Kathleen J.