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Buddhists and Jains Updating Wilde, I would assert that the twentieth century dislike of paternalism results from the rage of Caliban when he sees the face in the glass as his own. This recognition, though fictional, has generated a plethora of colonial discourses: narratives that emanate from experiences of alienation, exclusion, and discrimination. Paget Henry's Caliban's Reason is a three-pronged approach to Caribbean Philosophy, which first takes up a modern philosophical history of the region.

In establishing the elements of that history, Henry leads us, eventually, toward an analysis of the works of three Anglo-Caribbean thinkers. The second component of Henry's approach involves making the case that African cosmogeny is systematically ignored in the philosophical literature of the Caribbean. Once he establishes this point, he argues further, and less successfully, that an African ontology informs contemporary philosophical developments in the region. In the third major component of his argument, Henry explores voguish contemporary discussions of subaltern philosophies, race, and theories of exclusion.

Specifically, he critiques the inability of contemporary philosophical work in the West to accurately capture the concerns of the excluded. Henry's program is very helpful to current and future students and researchers in the field.


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He provides a panoramic view of the complexity of Caribbean philosophy while also pointing to the impossibility of fully encapsulating a specific area of Caribbean philosophy, Afro-Caribbean philosophy. The magnetic field of colonial discourses entices its commentators to explore extremes, such as Jean Metellus's project motivated to look for a founding principle in order to justify the presence and value of post colonial languages or peoples.

One could also look at the microscopic work of Regine Latortue, who notices in the contemporary work of some African-American writers a resurgence of "indigenisme," the return to Blackness as a positive value. The theme of authenticity, prevalent in much of the contemporary literature, is at the core of efforts by contemporary writers in the colonial discourse to display autonomy, as well as an independence from predictable and pre-assigned structures of thought.

The works lodged within the territory cornered here by Metellus and Latortue constitute, for me, the data of colonial discourse. Paget Henry's work on Afro-Caribbean philosophy may be deemed an effort to join this contemporary trend of authenticity.