__NOTITLE__ Studying 2014/2 PHI110: Philosophy, Morality and Society. Week 11. Undertaken Study Period 2, 2014. Content is quoted and/or summarised from the university website in fair dealing for purpose of research or study. See also: StudyWISE and AIMS.
Historic Injustice and Indigenous rights
This week, we will focus on the connection between historic injustices perpetrated against Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, and contemporary injustice and disadvantage. To what extent are present governments and people obliged to take responsibility for past injustices, and how should present injustice be addressed?
Herewith a list of further reading:
Lecturer for Section 3: Prof. Catriona Mackenzie.
Readings downloaded from e-Reserve.
- Poole, Ross. "Multiculturalism, Aboriginal rights and the nation" in Nation and Identity, Poole, Ross., 1999, 114-142 (original)
- Waldron, Jeremy. "Superseding historic injustice" Ethics, 103:1, 1992, 4-28 (original)
- Sparrow, Robert. "History and collective responsibility" Australasian Journal of Philosophy, 78:3, 2000, 346-359 (original)
TODO: answer the reading questions.
- Self Test Quiz - Week 11 Historic Injustice and Indigenous Rights
- Discussion forum for Week 11: Historic Injustice and Indigenous Rights
- Week 11 review: What have you learnt? (original)
Things to do, most important on top:
- Listen to the Lectures
- Read the Lecture notes
- Read the Questions
- Read the Readings
- Answer the Questions
- Do the Activities
Things that are done, most recent on top:
Herewith a list of new and/or interesting words and selected definitions: