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Lesson 1.03 Step 1—Closely read and annotate the Sepúlveda and Las Casas documents. Highlight lines that relate to the Valladolid debate claims and counterclaims. Step 2—Complete the following charts. Sepúlveda Claim Quote from Document 1 How Does the Quote Relate to or Support the Claim? Indians are barbarians and should be enslaved. “ “He who is stupid will serve the wise man.” And so it is with the barbarous and inhumane peoples who have no civil life” (Paragraph 1). This quote supports the claim because in this scenario, the Indians are referred to as stupid, and the Spaniards are considered the wise men, so this quote states that naturally, the Spaniards would enslave the Indians because they are stupid barbarians. Indians commit crimes that violate natural law. “War against these barbarians can be justified not only on the basis of their paganism but even more so because of their abominable licentiousness, their prodigious sacrifice of human victims, the extreme harm that they inflicted on innocent persons, their horrible banquets of human flesh, This quote gives many details about the Indians behaviors that clearly violate natural law, such as human sacrifice, paganism, and the extreme harm of innocent persons. All of these acts are viewed as crimes by the Spaniards.
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and the impious cult of their idols” (Paragraph 4).
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