Philosophical intuition[ edit ] Bernard Williams presents a thought experiment appealing to the intuitions about what it is to be the same person in the future.
During his life, Malcolm has as many attitudes toward his identity as he has names, and he experiences a significant transformation over the course of the autobiography.
Early on, Malcolm learns that there is no way to escape his black identity. At school in Lansing, he finds a social barrier between himself and white girls. Even as Malcolm earns top grades and is elected class president, a teacher discourages him from becoming a lawyer, because Malcolm is black, and teaches him racist propaganda.
Malcolm leaves Michigan because he knows that he cannot escape the limiting racial identity that society imposes on him. In the Harlem underworld, Malcolm remakes himself in the lawless and isolated image of the black hustler. His few interactions with whites are shallow and exploitative: After years of study in prison, Malcolm reconsiders his racial identity in the light of history and philosophy, and discovers answers to his questions about race in the pro-black rhetoric of the Nation of Islam.
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Feeling brotherhood with white-skinned Muslims, he returns to the United States with a message of racial tolerance and an impartial commitment to truth and justice. Still, he believes the most promising allies of American blacks are the oppressed, nonwhite peoples of the world, not American whites.
Nevertheless, he has developed, by the end of his life, a broader perspective on racism.
Though he initially interprets the hatred that whites direct toward him as a personal attack that he must fend off for himself, he now understands that racism is a worldwide force that all must unite to combat.
When Malcolm is a child, his parents teach him not to take abuse from white people. Once he leaves Boston, Malcolm treats white people as they have always treated him: When Malcolm reviews the white people he has known, he can think of only one, his Jewish boss, who treated him with any decency at all.
From his moment of conversion to Islam until his falling out with the Nation of Islam, Malcolm upholds the party line that all whites are devils.
On his trip to Mecca, however, Malcolm meets unprejudiced white Muslims and reconsiders the views he has held for so many years against whites. Malcolm comes to see white racism as the unfortunate product of particular circumstances rather than as an indication that white people are inherently evil.
Several women provide Malcolm crucial support in his endeavors, and he is grateful for their support of him. Malcolm remembers his mother, Louise, constantly cooking and caring for her children.
She sacrifices much to provide for them and is driven mad in the end by her inability to do so. After putting him up and finding him a job in Boston, for example, she later finances his trip to Mecca.THE POLISH NAVY - /A Short Story/ Jack Ensign Stern Shield Introduction.
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Malcolm X and Alex Healy do just that in chapter 1, conveniently titled “Nightmare”, of The Autobiography of Malcolm X. We get to learn about X’s past; we come to learn that he was born in Omaha, Nebraska, but grew up in Lansing, Michigan with his West Indian mother, 7 siblings, and father who was a member of a “radical group” trying to get African-Americans back to Africa.
UW TACOMA DIVISION OF SOCIAL AND HISTORICAL STDY HISTORY (TACOMA) Detailed course offerings (Time Schedule) are available for. Autumn Quarter ; Winter Quarter ; T HIST Introduction to History Methods (5) I&S Introduces students to historians' methods for researching and writing, including Chicago style, with a focus on formulating, researching, and writing a history .