Racism, Morality and School Curriculums
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The paper is based on a provided article about racism and school curriculums. The paper first summarizes the reading and then argues that it agrees with that author's argument. It then uses a modified version of the author's argument to prove that this argument is correct.
From the Paper:"In the article " `Racism', `Ought' and `Can'" the issue of what exactly constitutes racism is examined. The initial argument is that racism should be considered something that is both racist and morally wrong(Anonymous 1). The unknown writer then looks at the example of the Ryerson's Anti-Racism task force and its charge that Ryerson's curriculum is racist. They say it is racist that because it "white and Eurocentric"(Anonymous 1-2). The unknown writer then looks at the importance difference between "ought and can" arguments. An ought and can argument is an argument for a action..."
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Racism, Morality and School Curriculums (2008, December 01) Retrieved July 24, 2019, from https://www.academon.com/article-review/racism-morality-and-school-curriculums-141960/
"Racism, Morality and School Curriculums" 01 December 2008. Web. 24 July. 2019. <https://www.academon.com/article-review/racism-morality-and-school-curriculums-141960/>