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Bl st lec 100207 - Bl st lec 100207 Origin of Slave Duolos...

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Bl st lec 100207 Origin of Slave Duolos [greek], servus [roman], grechus [roman], SLAVE [European], esclavos [Spanish], nobi [Korean] Slave=slav, b/c the slaves were human property in the middle ages This is where the original saying of treating Africans as if they were slavs originates -Slavery is one of the oldest practices in human existence [pre-historic] -Orlando Patterson: Slavery and Social Death there are no modern people who have not experienced slavery in some way [either being the slave or using them] the term slave has no straight definition; it is specific to the time period it is being used -African enslavement was a replacement for the prior slavs -phenotypes: perceptive differences in color, form, eyes, etc. we think phenotypes are req’d for slavery however, racial differentiation did occur -Aristotle [4 th c. BC] the politics: essay about “slaves by nature” women and slaves are inferior female inferiority marked by lack of reason
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