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Explorations in Sights and Sounds
In this book, A. Roy Eckardt uses his anger against oppression in its various forms and his extensive knowledge of the literatures in the field to craft a work of the first magnitude. He views oppression, as he explains, from the perspective of a "white, male gentile ... a privileged minority: the nonoppressed of the world." Yet his honesty and compassion for the oppressed represented in this study take him into the center of the battle which he wages: the battle for human liberation. His new book is, he explains, a sequel to For Righteousness' Sake: Contemporary Moral Philosophies, published in 1987.
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