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Philosophy, ‘Race’ and Mental Health – V. A. De Maynard

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In this article, a critical approach to the literature pertaining to the human condition from a European perspective is undertaken to determine whether something of the “black human condition” would revealed itself. It was found that similarities could be made between the Jewish experience of detention in prison camps during the war, and that of the black man’s detention within prisons and mental health institutions, today. Like the Jew, the black man too appears imprisoned within his own embodiment; and through his narratives, something of the black human condition today, revealed itself.

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