Proposea solution to the dilemma in b: Even though in many cases individuals find it hadto differentiate biological and social categories, it remains to be twocompletely distinct proponents.
The race usually has both biological as well associal categories. That is the reason why in most cases, people from the sameracial background will possess similar characteristics. In fact, the behaviorof such individuals will be almost similar. “To back this up, their biologicalcomponents will also be similar in some way.” Different proponents explain thisaspect. The most important explanation for this will be based upon externalrealities. When one claims this only based on the biological sense, the properexplanation will not be considered to be exhaustive.
Other key aspects arenecessary to understand the manner in which people interact rather than onlylooking at their biological proponents. This problem has become adverse and isseen in different claims raised by different people. It is necessary tounderstand the best way to address this problem and ensure that properunderstanding of this claim has been outlined.Tocounteract the misunderstandings raised by critics, it is important tostipulate different proponents that have been outlined to ensure proper contentto explain race has been outlined. Being of a particular race will not alwayshave biological similarities. It is therefore not possible to desire aparticular culture and obtain all the outlined conventions in the given race.The race is a natural proponent that should be understood and that no form ofchange or manipulation can be made in any form. “The best way that toeffectively understand the right definitions of race is to have the right claimsthat will help explain this concept critically.
” The critics and otherindividuals who use conventionalist point of view ought to understand this factand understand the right way to understand this proposition. It will give aproper understanding that will give a proper outline of the whole idea. This isthe best reliable solution that will give a direct understanding of both the socialand biological proponents of race.
Provideat least one objection to your solution in (c): I tend to believe the fact thatrace is a natural kind that cannot be adopted by any other person from adifferent racial orientation. “Race will never change even when a persondecides to act and behave like others of different race. Unlike culture, raceremains to be instinct and cannot be adopted by any other individual.” The raceis constant and cannot be changed in any given situation.
People become actorswho manipulate and use different divisive ways that seek to change the mannerin which they undertake different forms of characters but will remain to be akey thing. Understanding this proponent will invalidate any claims raised bycritics that are baseless. This objection gives the right proponents that areused to effectively explain the manner in which race has been interpreted overthe years. These misinterpretations have gone deep in expressing the rightproponents that give the right outline for the best proponents of the idea.Explainwhy conventionalism is better than realism “Both realism and conventionalismgive specific distinctions about race. In most cases, they act as alternativesthrough the lens of race can be presented and understood in a more detailedmanner.
In realism, we only accept that indeed race is a natural kind if andonly if there is the provable reality of the facts.”To understand this claim I better use conventionalist perspective tooffer a clear understanding of the supposed outline of this concept. It isclear that conventionalism is better than realism because of biological aspectsthat try to divide human species depending on the purposes, methods and metricsto be played. Typically, social realism is based on one defined biologicalmapping on social groups.
It expresses specific biological facts that explainsome social practices and judgments surrounding the aspects of the race. Thisis a more restricted explanative component that does not give a properexplanation of the factual truth that will be used to give the rightproponents. To give a suitable explanation, the conventionalist point of viewis more appropriate. It gives the most appropriate explanation that brings intoexistence the right proponents and procedures that try as much as possible tooutline the naturalness of race.