Chapter 1 Introduction: Troublemaking AlliesChapter 1. White Ignorance and the Denials of Complicity: On the Possibility of Doing Philosophy in Good FaithChapter 2. Knowing What the Ending Will Be: Pragmatism and White Cultural AuthorityChapter 3. On Intersectionality and the Whiteness of Feminist PhilosophyChapter 4. The Man of Culture: The Civilized and the Barbarian in Western PhilosophyChapter 5. Whiteness and Rationality: Feminist Dialogue on Race in Academic Institutional SpacesChapter 6. Appropriate Subjects: Whiteness and the Discipline of PhilosophyChapter 7. Color in the Theory of Colors? Or: Are Philosophers' Colors All White?Chapter 8. The Secularity of Philosophy: Race, Religion, and the Silence of ExclusionChapter 9. Philosophy's Whiteness and the Loss of WisdomChapter 10. Against the Whiteness of Ethics: Dilemmatizing as a Critical ApproachChapter 11. The Whiteness of Anti-Racist White Philosophical AddressChapter 12. Colonial Practices/Colonial Identities: RacialFormation and White Feminist Academic DiscourseChapter 13. Is Philosophy Anything if it Isn't White?