Racism: a Moral or Explanatory Concept?

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    I am not claiming that this decision on how to use the term “racism” applies to all anti-racist linguistic communities. I am only asserting that within the practice of diagnosing and solving race-based social problems, many anti-racists have embraced this particular meaning of the term.

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    I take it that Urquidez would agree with this formulation of the pragmatic end of anti-racism.

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Cabezas, C. Racism: a Moral or Explanatory Concept?. Ethic Theory Moral Prac (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10677-021-10175-7

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