The Great Gatsby Essay | Science and Essentialism

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Science and Essentialism

Summary: Examines Science and Essentialism. Defines what it is and how it relates to the books The Great Gatsby and Pudd'n Head Wislon.
Throughout the decades there have been many different types of scientific racism. Scientific racism is a way a group of an opposite culture religion or race make a claim that their counterpart was made differently. This could also include thinking differently acting differently, and looking differently.

The first major sign of this happening was in World War 2 when Hitler began the genocide of all Jews. He made such claims that their noses were different sizes then that of what Hitler called normal white people. Some people began to believe his beliefs and as we know Jews were killed in massive numbers.

This still goes on today as we can see the KKK, a group against all black people claiming that they are not as developed as white Americans. Their web site says that they are not racist against black people, Jews, Mexicans and other groups. They just...

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