- Title Pages
- Introduction: The Caribbean Critical Imperative
- CHAPTER ONE Foundations of Caribbean Critique: From Jacobinism to Black Jacobinism
- CHAPTER TWO Victor Schoelcher, Tocqueville, and the Abolition of Slavery
- CHAPTER THREE Aimé Césaire and the Logic of Decolonization
- CHAPTER FOUR ‘Stepping Outside the Magic Circle’: The Critical Thought of Maryse Condé
- CHAPTER FIVE Édouard Glissant: From the Destitution of the Political to Antillean Ultra-Leftism
- CHAPTER SIX Jacobinism, Black Jacobinism, and the Foundations of Political Violence
- CHAPTER SEVEN The Baron de Vastey and the Contradictions of Scribal Critique
- CHAPTER EIGHT Revolutionary Inhumanism: Fanon's On Violence
- CHAPTER NINE Aristide and the Politics of Democratization
- CHAPTER TEN Édouard Glissant: From the Poétique de la relation to the Transcendental Analytic of Relation
- CHAPTER ELEVEN Césaire and Sartre: Totalization, Relation, Responsibility
- CHAPTER TWELEVE Militant Universality: Absolutely Postcolonial
- Conclusion: The Incandescent I, Destroyer of Worlds
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