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Thru out history primitive human societies have been likened to animals. Perhaps the two broadest categories are the Noble and Ignoble Savages. The noble savage is a benevolent yet somewhat backwards person by today's standards. They are often associated with cultures who are apparently in tune with nature, although that is a debatable topic and not relevant to this paper. The ignoble savage, as the name implies, is not only backwards but has none of the redeeming qualities of the noble savage. While there are many societies these labels have been applied to, Africa and the Americas,…
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