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Unformatted text preview: Frederick Douglass In primitive culture you are living in a world of necessity If you don’t have symbolic knowledge, you are here, now in the single body, single moment of space The moment you get to read you project yourself beyond the limits of your body Slavery Slavery was based on conquest in war, or class division It was NOT based on ethnicity Did things that the owners did not want them to do Educated High places in government Often a great fondness of masters for slaves Medieval slavery reduced by church (mainly out of Italy) Centered in Venice Race replaced class Natural slaves – they are primitive Extreme category 19:58 19:58...
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- English Literature