Conclusion
in Frantz Fanon, postcolonialism and the ethics of difference
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Central to the work of Fanon is a conception of history and international politics enabling nations to share the same history without losing their differences. Fanon inaugurates a new humanism which is premised on an ethics that respects difference. The conclusion shows that he was an ethical thinker: anti-racist, humanist and internationalist.

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