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Briefly explain (1-2 sentences) how your project fits into the project of The Deviant Philosopher. How does it problematize traditional canons in contemporary Anglo-American philosophy, and/or how does it give voice to philosophy from members of underrepresented groups and from underrepresented topics and areas?
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