Introduction
A black rebel with a cause
in Frantz Fanon, postcolonialism and the ethics of difference
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The Introduction outlines the terms of the problematic. It seeks to resituate Fanon historically in terms of his own cultural, social and political environment. It also adumbrates the itinerary of his project as a humanism but also as the intellectual of decolonization.

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