[Part III] Blaut on racism

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Wed Nov 15 12:39:40 MST 2000



[Part III Notes and references]

                        NOTES

1A minority of scholars accepted the theory of polygenesis, according
to which non-white people are not descendants of Adam and Eve, and did
not migrate to Africa and Asia but were placed there by God along with
the beasts. See Bowler (1989).

2 Weber also, here and there, invoked the natural environment. He
argued, for instance, the already traditional contrast,
aridity-irrigation-Oriental- despotism versus "rainfed
farming"-European- democracy-rationality: see Weber 1976: 84, 131,
157; 1951: 16, 21, 25; 1981: 56-57.


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