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The 19th century, therefore, soon saw a revival of interest in and study of the origin of man, the unity or plurality of the human species, and the fixity or mutability of animal species. The Power of Conversion and the Foreignness of Belonging: Domination and Moral Community in a Paraiyar Slum. Abstract: Elucidating the psychology behind prejudicial thinking, this video examines the roots of prejudice, discusses its different forms, and distinguishes between prejudice and intolerance.

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