enslaving


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The enslaving of the other," writes Christian existentialist Nikolai Berdyaev, "is also the enslaving of the self.
Though justified in the name of public health, the increasing emphasis on the enslaving power of nicotine may only make matters worse.
As humanists, it is our inherent responsibility to denounce atrocities perpetrated in the name of a cruel nonexistent God who takes pleasure in torturing and enslaving humanity
As the potentially undetectable link between the enslaving and the enslaved, the passer constitutes a threat both to white property and to the "whiteness" that legitimizes the ownership of human chattel.