79. Leonard Harris on Alain Locke
Leonard Harris explains how Locke's value theory was the basis for his aesthetics and theories of democracy and race.
• L. Harris (ed.), Philosophy Born of Struggle: Afro-American Philosophy from 1917 (Iowa: 1984).
• L. Harris, "Identity: Alain Locke's Atavism," Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society 26 (1988), 65-84.
• L. Harris (ed.), The Philosophy of Alain Locke, Harlem Renaissance and Beyond (Philadelphia: 1989).
• L. Harris, "Alain Locke: Community and Citizenship," The Modern Schoolman 74 (1997), 337-46.
• L. Harris (ed.), The Critical Pragmatism of Alain Locke (New York: 1999).
• L. Harris, "Alain Locke and Community," Journal of Ethics 1 (1999), 1-9.
• L. Harris, "'Outing‟ Alain L. Locke: Empowering the Silenced," in M. Blasius (ed.), Sexual Identities, Queer Politics (Princeton: 2001), 321-41.
• L. Harris, “Universal Human Liberation and Community: Pixley Kalsaka Seme and Alain L. Locke,” in C. Sumner and S.W. Yohannes (eds), Perspectives in African Philosophy: An Anthology on Problematics of an African Philosophy (Addis Ababa: 2002), 150-9.
• L. Harris, “The Great Debate: Alain L. Locke vs. W.E.B. Du Bois,” Philosophia Africana, 7 (2004), 13-37.
• L. Harris and C. Molesworth, Alain L. Locke: Biography of a Philosopher (Chicago: 2008).
• L. Harris, “Conundrum of Cosmopolitanism and Race: The Great Debate between Alain Locke and William James,” in J.A. Carter and L. Harris (eds), Philosophical Values and World Citizenship (New York: 2010), 56-77.