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NOTES

1. Charles Darwin’s Marginalia, Vol. 1, ed. Mario A. di Gregorio (New York: Garland, 1990–), 164.

2. Horace Kallen, “Democracy Versus the Melting-Pot,” Nation 100 (1915): 220.

3. Horace Kallen, The Structure of Lasting Peace: An Inquiry into the Motives of War and Peace (Boston: Marshall Jones, 1918), 31.

4. Kallen, “Democracy Versus the Melting-Pot,” 220.

5. Steven Pinker, The Blank Slate: The Modern Denial of Human Nature (New York: Viking, 2002), 50.

6. Alain Locke to Mary Locke, March 23, 1907; quoted in Louis Menand, The Metaphysical Club (New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2001), 390.

7. Alain Locke, Race Contacts and Interracial Relations: Lectures on the Theory and Practice of Race, ed. Jeffrey C. Stewart (Washington, D.C.: Howard University Press, 1992), 12.

8. Locke, Race Contacts and Interracial Relations, 91.

9. Locke, Race Contacts and Interracial Relations, 96–97.

10. Emile Boutroux, De la contingence des lois de la nature, 2nd ed. (Paris: Ancienne Librarie German Baillière, 1895), 39, 167. My translation.

11. William James, “Two Reviews of The Variation and Plants and Animals under Domestication, by Charles Darwin” (1868), Essays, Comments, and Reviews, in The Works of William James, ed. Frederick Burkhardt (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1975–88), 234–35.

12. John Stuart Mill, “On Nature” (1874), Nature, the Utility of Religion and Theism (London: The Rationalist Press, 1904), 32–33.


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