Week 8 DQ 1 Answer - have little to no education because it...

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A. What role does justice play in post-colonial philosophy? B. Why was an education in philosophy important for post- colonial thinkers? C. How did financial considerations and the international market affect the pre-colonial, the colonial, and the postcolonial worlds’ experiences of justice and injustice? I believe that certain groups of people fight for equality due to the existence of social inequality within these groups; therefore this leads their main focal point on the development of postcolonial philosophy. An education in philosophy is very much needed and important for postcolonial thinkers because it was in their best interest to become aware and able to overcome stupidity as well as inform the nations in which are struggling the consequences of ones actions (Moore & Bruder, 2008, p. 581). Many postcolonial thinkers would be limited to their creative thinking abilities to fight for justice if there was no education in philosophy. There are several countries that
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Unformatted text preview: have little to no education because it is not a needed tool for survival. Due to the limitations on getting an education in these countries makes it hard for a lot of people; this also will make if difficult for these countries to find their way out of poverty and injustice. An education in philosophy is of great value and very much so needed knowledge because it displays the importance to each individual, the future, history, reality, etc. -- it teaches people to reach outside the realm of their normal thinking. The financial considerations and the international market affect the pre-colonial, colonial, and postcolonial world's experiences with justice and injustice in several of the same ways they do today. There are several countries that have leaders in order to maintain poor and ignorant individuals. Even if a corrupt leader is removed from office, the repercussions on that country may last for decades after the leader is gone....
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This note was uploaded on 03/12/2012 for the course PSY 201 201 taught by Professor Peters during the Winter '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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