Part I: Racism Without Ontology Ch.1. Introduction: Toward a Conventionalist Framework Ch.
2. Re-defining "Definition": An Argument for Conventionalism Ch.
3. Re-defining "Meaning": Defending Semantic Internalism Over Externalism Part II: Theorizing Conceptual Disagreement Ch.
4. Re-defining "Disagreement": Rationality Without Final Solutions Ch.
5. Re-defining "Philosophical Analysis": Not Descriptive Analysis, Or Conservatism, But Pragmatic Revisionism Part III: Toward a Prescriptive Theory of Racism Ch.
6. Adequacy Conditions for a Prescriptive Theory of Racism: Toward an Oppression-Centered Account Ch.
7. Racial Oppression and Grammatical Pluralism: A Critique of Jorge Garcia on Racist belief Ch.
8. Concluding Note
Alberto G. Urquidez is currently a CFD Postdoctoral Fellow in Philosophy at Bowdoin College, USA.