Indian Philosophy

Indian Philosophy

Is there such thing as history repeating itself In an American society, history is more or less forgotten only to be remembered annually on occasion. Most people remember holidays such as Christmas, Thanksgiving, The Fourth of July and even Mother?s Day. However, does one even know the framework behind the history Furthermore, how is history applied in today?s America If there was an answer it would be hap hazardous. The American society cares for its own customs and issues, nothing else matters. It is unfortunate that the ideal exists because for those who settled before America existed, are living the unfortunate life as once their ancestors. Native Americans (Aboriginal) have gone through issues such as equal rights, discrimination, poverty, etc. America does not show any remorse for that the Native Americans are their own people; let them survive like they used to. Fortunately, there is hope for the truth. In my Contemporary Concerns for Indigenous Issues class (PHIL 1050); we talk about many of those issues as well as learning to think objectively on how to take action. When I recalled about what I had learned, I think

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