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QUESTION1 Beteille states that to represent social inequality which is social-historical as natural is myth making Discuss this in the light of the views of Locke Rousseau Gandhi Durkheim and functionalist and racist theories of inequality Beteille states that to represent social inequality which is social-historical as natural is myth making The four main theorists Locke Rousseau Gandhi and Durkheim interrupt their own views on social inequality which is social-historical as natural through functionalist and racist theories of inequality By presenting social nature is ideological exercise it trains the thoughts that are being created and beliefs Social inequality is not natural external and divine They are always presented as natural and thus presentations is ideology exercise and social inequality is social-historical Social historical is control of human history the history of future change and not the same it varies As the four main theorists further explain on their light of view of the social inequality of social-historical as nature through functionalist and racist theories of inequality The first theorist is Locke and he stated that all men by nature are equal I cannot be supposed to understand all sorts of equality The equality granted by nature is in fact to be understood in a limited political sense as the equal right of every man to his natural freedom without subjection to the arbitrary will or authority of any other man Locke p5 His light of view on social inequality which is social-historical as nature is myth making is all inequality is unnatural no inequality is natural considered inequality between wife and husband is natural and some way of the slave acquired in wars Anything by nature and no inequality are nature Perhaps we are in a better position today to recognize that the distinction between the state of nature and the state of society or between nature and culture is not merely ambiguous but inherently so Locke p5 The discourse perspective and social
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