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J. Everet Green: MA: Mphil: D.D. Ph.D

 

J. Everet Green has had a long career in education and taught at every level from elementary education to the university. He has taught extensively in different philosophical traditions, Religion and Culture and the History of Ideas. He is also founder of the Philosophy Born of Struggle Conference Series and the series on Philosophy and Religion in Africana Traditions. He is also Editor of Brill, the international scholarly publisher Special Series on African-American and Africana philosophy.

He teaches Philosophy at Mercy College, New York. 

He now organises Annual PRAT Philosophy and Religion in Africana Traditions Conference the second of which took place October, 2015. 

email: everet at verizon.net

Philosophy : The Efficacy and Sustainability of Revolutionary Struggles: J. Everet Green

As we begin the new semester of academic work, what motivates us to choose one academic theme over another and how do we deal with conflicting motives and divided loyalties in terms of our own intellectual development, varied interests of students, responsibility to the academic institutions, relationship to colleagues, institutional mission, and ourselves as agents of change within the wider community? 

The university is a market.  Goods are being sold along with professionals selling themselves.  In this market place are competing ideas and even competing claims that some goods are more valuable than others.  As philosophers, what are we selling and at what price do we maintain marketability in institutions that have become more and more corporatized?    In this corporate structure there are planning and development, short and long term financial forecast, projections about goods, that is, students and services, faculty and administrators, public relations, etc.  In this milieu, is the professional philosopher staking out a claim about truth and reality with political/class implications which may or may not be subjective and spontaneous depending on one’s personal history and motivations?  

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