index
Abrahams, Peter, 105, 116–17, 231 n.12
Advocacy, 5, 17, 21, 42–43, 129, 174,
200–201, 205; feminist, 198, 207;
gay and lesbian, 38; liberal, 167,
170–71, 205, 207; Truth and Recon-
ciliation Commission and, 206–9
African intellectuals, 12, 13, 86–87, 93,
95, 99–100, 102, 103, 114, 118, 195,
204
African National Congress, 13, 62, 103,
118, 139, 224 n.13
Africa South, 122
Afrikaans, 56, 70, 77, 80, 137, 143, 145–
46, 150–51, 193, 195–96
Afrikaanse Skrywersgilde, 193
Afrikaanse Taal-en Kultuurvereniging,
13
Afrikaans intellectuals, 12, 13; apart-
heid apology in Europe and United
States by, 58–59
Afrikaner: figure of, 192–93, 195
Afrikaner Broederbond, 13, 62, 83, 84
Afrikaner nationalism, 13, 15, 53, 55,
60, 70, 77, 90–91, 144, 164, 189,
202, 204
All-in African Conference, 89
Amakwerekwere, 129
AmaXhosa, 50, 123, 125
Anaximander, 135–36, 235 n.4
Anglo–South African intellectuals, 12, 13
Anti-intellectualism, 4
Anti-racism, 51, 168
Anti-Semitism, 184, 203; in Louw, 224
n.15, 225 n.25
Apartheid, 42, 83, 100, 107, 125, 144,
155–56, 202; apartness, 1, 77, 81–82,
91, 133–36, 157, 189–90, 213 n.1; in
one country, 86; intellectual history
of, 12–14, 16, 18, 118; intellectual re-
sponsibility and, 1–2, 11–12, 15, 16,
18, 19–20, 157, 189–90, 201–2; op-
position to, 61, 92, 99, 107, 125, 209;
post–World War II debate on, 57–
58; sabra thinking on, 84; ‘‘separate
development,’’ 58, 60, 71, 72, 83, 86,
89, 93, 100, 174–75
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