Man, Barbarian, Slave

Man, Barbarian, Slave - with ability to reason 2. Medieval...

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11/20/07 Names, Terms, Dates Pliny, Natural History, 77CE Augustine, 354-430 Barbaros: babbler Juan Gines de Sepulveda, 1494-1573 Bartoleme de las Casas, 1484-1566 Outline Life at the Margins 1. Plinian monstrous races a. Augustine b. Medieval Encyclopedists 2. Medieval hairy man Man and Barbarian 1. Greeks and barbaroi; Christians and barbari 2. The issue of reason Natural Slavery 1. Aristotle, Politics 2. Sepulveda-Las Casas debate, 1550-51 Life at the Margins 1. Plinian monstrous races remained part of medieval world landscape a. Augustine claimed them still human because descended from Adam b. Medieval Encyclopedists wondered if they have souls; bodies interfere
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Unformatted text preview: with ability to reason 2. Medieval hairy man a. One of Plinys monstrous races b. Lacked civilized arts, used to distinguish members of society and not Man and Barbarian 1. Greeks and barbaroi; Christians and barbari a. Barbaroi used by Greeks to describe all foreigners i. Someone who couldnt speak Greek, a babbler ii. Couldnt use logos, key to reasoning b. Barbarus comes to mean pagan: outside of Christian community 2. The issue of reason Natural Slavery 1. Aristotle, Politics 2. Sepulveda-Las Casas debate, 1550-51 a. Indian not full aesthetic person of Leonardo, nor did he have full reason, plus he eats people...
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This note was uploaded on 04/11/2008 for the course HIST 110 taught by Professor Hughes during the Fall '07 term at University of Michigan.

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