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Karl Pearson a combination of a Social Darwinist a nationalist and a racist examines how science and nature interact with race through the concepts of imperialism Karl Pearson used ideas from Boas and Darwin to promote his ideas that certain races are better than others the way for a great race to be produced is through struggle and science can promote the strength of the nationKarl Pearsons article National Life from the Standpoint of Science 1900 promoted ideas of racism Pearson declared What I have said about bad stock seems to me to hold lower races of man uses the metaphor of bad stock to animalize and condemn the African race Pearson 3 Pearson can be proved a racist because he refers to the African race as stock and the inferior race He believes that his own white race is superior Pearson does not want his race to inhibit and interact with the inferior race He does not want his race the superior race to go and live alongside the inferior race He does provide an alternative solution of the only healthy way is that he should go and completely drive out the inferior race this shows his motivation of imperialism Pearson 3 Pearson wanted to promote the superior race through the concepts of civilization and social attitude Karl Pearson believed in imperialism His goal was to take the raw materials from the land and drive out the inferior race There was a constant war between the inferior and superior race and also the war of resources between the equal races Pearson made the distinction between the inferior and superior race as intellectual and economical advancements The superior race was smarter and used their resources better Pearson believed that he was helping the inferior race because he was supplanting lower races who were unable to work the land and its resources He does suggest suffering will occur but that suffering has been stages
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