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Prejudice in modern perspective
Gordon W. Allport
The twelfth in the Hoernle Memorial Lecture delivered by Professor Dordon W Allport and centres around the subject of prejudices be it a "love prejudice" or "hate prejudice", which can be prejudiced for or against an object. As defined from the writings of St. Thomas Aquinas, "prejudice is thinking ill of others without sufficient warrant". Prejudice is discussed with respect to race-relations and in our understanding of group differences and its dynamics specifically to South Africa.
South African Institute of Race Relations (SAIRR)
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