INDEX
Abbas, Ferhat, 302n47, 303n71
Académie française, 273
Achille, Louis, 310n22
“Adieu” (Rimbaud), 178– 79, 313n96
Adorno, Th eodor, 263, 266, 269; on historical
constellations, 13; on Kafk a, 259; on the
politics of time, 277n31; on reifi ed objects,
326n223; on religion and politics, 320n56;
on revolutionary literalism, 7; on untimely
pro cesses, 44, 259
aesthetics, 31– 37, 204, 276nn18– 19; Césaire on
poetic knowledge and, 22, 25, 27, 29– 32, 35,
59, 66, 107, 200, 280n77, 281n86; po liti cal role
of, 31– 35, 107; Senghor’s theory of language
and poetics and, 59, 65– 68, 144, 161, 216,
314n122, 321nn76– 77
Africa. See French West Africa
African socialism, 206– 40; decolonization
and, 214– 18; as ethical/spiritual demo-
cratic project, 226– 30; federation ideals
of, 218– 25; humanist method of, 210– 14;
Loi- Cadre and, 218, 220, 270, 321nn81– 82;
Mali Federation and, 221– 24, 271; Marx’s
humanist perspective and, 209– 10, 217– 18,
225– 26, 319nn23– 24, 319nn33– 34, 320n48,
321n66, 323n135; Negritude and, 234– 36;
Senegal’s bds and, 206– 14, 216, 318n14;
during Senghor’s presidency, 233– 36, 239–
40, 243– 46, 325nn201– 2; Senghor’s vitalist
phenomenological approach to, 230– 36, 240,
324n170; territorialism and, 218– 22. See also
French Socialist Party
afro- français community, 60– 64, 67– 73, 135,
137– 47, 286n86
Algerian Front de Libération Nationale (fln),
167, 269
Algerian War of In de pen dence, 84– 86, 154, 162,
165, 220, 269– 72; Césaire’s response to, 170;
collapse of the Fourth Republic and, 176– 77,
271, 313n78; French Union and, 302n47;
Senghor’s position on, 309n201
Aliker, Pierre, 108, 173, 177, 270, 271
Amin, Samir, 136, 208, 295n19, 318n10, 331n55
And the Dogs Were Silent (Césaire), 29, 184, 187,
200– 201
Antaeus, 61
anti- immigrant nationalism, 245– 46, 250
Antilles. See French Antilles
Les Antilles Décolonisés (Guérin), 171– 72
aof, 220– 21. See also French West Africa
Apithy, Sourou Migan, 303n71
Arago, François, 115
Arendt, Hannah, 13, 81, 262, 269, 271– 72; on a
binational state in Palestine, 293n164; on de-
mocracy and theater, 107; on federal citizen-
ship, 95– 98, 253, 255, 293n164; on historical
trea sure hunters, 33; on po liti cal Zionism, 96;
on public freedom and happiness, 46– 47,
74– 76; on the revolutionary rupture, 76– 77;
on untimely pro cesses, 45– 46, 284n166
Aristotle, 282n129
Les Armes Miraculeuses (Césaire), 27, 300n169
Arnold, A. James, 300n169
Aron, Raymond, 78, 83
Arrighi, Giovanni, 93
Atelier 45, 108
Atlantic Charter of 1941, 92
Bachelard, Gaston, 231, 264
Bakunin, Mikhail, 118
Balandier, Georges, 223, 269
Balibar, Étienne, 252– 53, 331n55
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