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WHAT IS RACE?

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What is Race?

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What is Race? (a) Biological Category

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What is Race? (a) Biological Category Immanuel Kant (1724-1804) "Of the Different Human Races"

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What is Race? (a) Biological Category Immanuel Kant (1724-1804) "Of the Different Human Races" "The simple confirmation that what a Negro said was idiotic is that the kindred is dark from make a beeline for foot."

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Immanuel Kant Four "Unadulterated" Races WHITE. Europe. Balanced. RED. America. Wild, unintelligent. YELLOW. Asia. Unintelligent. Dark. Africa. Sit out of gear.

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What is Race? (a) Biological Category Friedrich Blumenbach (1752-1840)

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What is Race? (a) Biological Category Friedrich Blumenbach (1752-1840) "On the Natural Variety of Mankind," initially distributed in 1775

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What is Race? (a) Biological Category Friedrich Blumenbach (1752-1840) "On the Natural Variety of Mankind," initially distributed in 1775 Coined the expression "Caucasian

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What is Race? (a) Biological Category Friedrich Blumenbach (1752-1840) "On the Natural Variety of Mankind," initially distributed in 1775 Coined the expression "Caucasian" monogenesis v polygenesis

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What is Race? (a) Biological Category Separate animal varieties?

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What is Race? (a) Biological Category Separate animal groups? Darwin: same species

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What is Race? (a) Biological Category Separate animal types? Darwin: same species "selective breeding"

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What is Race? (a) Biological Category Separate animal groups? Darwin: same species "genetic counseling" characterized: inherited change through rearing

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What is Race? (a) Biological Category Separate animal groups? Darwin: same species "genetic counseling" characterized: innate change through rearing 1883 Francis Galton

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What is Race? (a) Biological Category Separate animal types? Darwin: same species "genetic counseling" characterized: innate change through rearing 1883 Francis Galton upheld particular reproducing to enhance the "wellbeing, vitality, capacity, masculinity, and gracious demeanor"

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What is Race? (a) Biological Category Eugenics in USA

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What is Race? (a) Biological Category Eugenics in USA sanitization of the dim witted or weak, was actualized in various American states

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What is Race? (a) Biological Category Eugenics in USA cleansing of the foolish or sick, was actualized in various American states United States Supreme Court in an eight-to-one choice in Buck v. Ringer (274 U.S. 200, 1927

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Buck v Bell (1927) Carrie Buck was a dim witted lady who was focused on a state mental organization. Her condition had been available in her family for the last three eras. A Virginia law took into consideration the sexual disinfection of detainees of foundations to advance the "health of the patient and the welfare of society." Before the system could be performed, in any case, a hearing was required to figure out if or not the operation was an insightful thing to do.

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Buck v Bell (1927) Did the Virginia statute which approved disinfection deny Buck the privilege to due procedure of the law and the equivalent assurance of the laws as ensured by the Fourteenth Amendment?

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Buck v Bell (1927) The Court found that the statute did not abuse the Constitution. Equity Holmes clarified that Buck\'s test was not upon the therapeutic strategy included but rather on the procedure of the substantive law. Since disinfection couldn\'t happen until an appropriate hearing had happened (at which the patient and a gatekeeper could be available) and after the Circuit Court of the County and the Supreme Court of Appeals had assessed the case, if so asked for by the patient. Simply after "months of observation" could the operation occur. That was sufficient to fulfill the Court that there was no Constitutional infringement. Refering to the best advantages of the state, Justice Holmes insisted the estimation of a law like Virginia\'s so as to keep the country from "being overwhelmed with ineptitude . . . Three eras of nitwits are enough."

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What is Race? (a) Biological Category Scientific Racism, 19C

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What is Race? (a) Biological Category Scientific Racism, 19C

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What is Race? (a) Biological Category Scientific Racism, 19C "Craniometry"

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What is Race? (a) Biological Category Scientific Racism, 19C "Craniometry" Samuel Morton (1799–1851), gathered many human skulls from everywhere throughout the world He asserted that he could judge the scholarly limit of a race by the cranial limit (the measure of the volume of the inside of the skull). A vast skull implied an extensive mind and high intelligent limit, and a little skull showed a little cerebrum and diminished scholarly limit

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Morton In attitude the Negro is glad, adaptable, and slothful; while the numerous countries which form this race introduce a particular assorted qualities of scholarly character, of which the far extraordinary is the most reduced review of mankind.

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Morton The American Race is set apart by a cocoa appearance; long, dark, slender hair; and insufficient facial hair.

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Morton The Negroes have little creation, however solid forces of impersonation, so that they promptly gain workman expressions. They have an awesome ability for music, and all their outside faculties are amazingly intense.

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Houston Chamberlain (1855-1927)

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Houston Chamberlain (1855-1927) unmistakable races rose through geological and chronicled conditions which make inbreeding among specific people with comparable attributes

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Houston Chamberlain (1855-1927) particular races rose through land and recorded conditions which make inbreeding among specific people with comparative characteristics key strands of western human advancement - Christianity and antiquated Greek rationality and craftsmanship – rose up out of the Aryan race

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Houston Chamberlain (1855-1927) particular races rose through topographical and authentic conditions which make inbreeding among specific people with comparable qualities key strands of western development - Christianity and old Greek reasoning and workmanship – rose up out of the Aryan race Teutonic Germans, their polar inverse was the Jew, the most astounding indication of the Semitic Race

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Nazi Eugenics

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Nazi Eugenics

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Nazi Eugenics "life unworthy of life"

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Nazi Eugenics "life unworthy of life" Influence by American Law

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Nazi Eugenics "Sparta must be viewed as the principal Völkisch State. The introduction of the debilitated, feeble, twisted kids, to put it plainly, their annihilation, was all the more tolerable and in truth a thousand circumstances more compassionate than the pathetic craziness of our day which safeguards the most neurotic subject, and without a doubt at any cost, but then ends the life of a hundred thousand sound youngsters in outcome of anti-conception medication or through premature births, all together hence to breed a race of ruffians troubled with sicknesses" (A. Hitler)

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What is Race? After war, genetic counseling disparaged

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What is Race? After war, selective breeding defamed US military wasn\'t incorporated

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What is Race? After war, selective breeding disparaged US military wasn\'t coordinated Jewish portions in colleges

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What is Race? After war, genetic counseling ruined US military wasn\'t incorporated Jewish standards in colleges Anti-miscegenation laws

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What is Race? After war, selective breeding undermined US military wasn\'t coordinated Jewish standards in colleges Anti-miscegenation laws 1967, Loving v. Virginia, US Supreme Court

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What is Race? After war, selective breeding undermined US military wasn\'t coordinated Jewish quantities in colleges Anti-miscegenation laws 1967, Loving v. Virginia, US Supreme Court Sixteen states still had against miscegenation laws

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What is Race? "The fiendish inclination of the wrongdoing [of infidelity or fornication] is more noteworthy when conferred between people of the two races ... Its outcome might be the amalgamation of the two races, delivering a crossbreed populace and a corrupted progress , the avoidance of which is directed by a sound approach influencing the most astounding interests of society and government." (Pace & Cox v. State, 69 Ala 231, 233 (1882)

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What is Race? New Idea: Race is a social development No organic establishment No "dark blood" All similar species No inalienable racial attributes Some "blacks" are more white than a few "whites"

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What is Race? Incomparable Court can\'t locate a steady significance of "race" (US versus Singh Thing) Simone De Beauvoir, The Second Sex "Ladies are not conceived, they are made." Influential in 1960s Jean-Paul Sartre, "If the Jew did not exist, he would have been made by the bigot." Race is developed by racists; the individuals who wish to have control and prohibit others.

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What is Race? New Idea: Race is a social development Simone De Beauvoir, The Second Sex "Ladies are not conceived, they are made."

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What is Race? Would it be advisable for us to be a "post-racial" society?

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