What is the difference between the terms caste and race?
A race is a set of people who share appearance traits, such as skin color, hair color and texture, etc. People of the same race may be of very different socioeconomic status. One's Caste has much more to do with the societal rank one's parent's held. Although in many countries employing a caste system, such as India, members of different castes have differing appearance traits, this is because of selection over a much shorter period of time than that which created the different races. For instance, we wouldn't recognize members of a certain caste as a race, since there are relatively few of them, and they are all located in the same region of the world. Similarly, we don't consider a family a caste just because all the people in it look similarly.
Whereas Caste is genetic racism, Reservation is environmental race; one is since Vedic times, the other is since Indian independence from British Raj. Grossly speaking, Genetic Human Capital is compensated with Environmental Human Capital in order to equalize socio-economically in Vedic-caste-divided racist India. Please also see: What is the caste division?
When people were more bigoted about race there were dozens of terms for biracial people - often discriminating between different racial mixtures (and even among different degrees of interbreeding). A good dictionary will offer you historical definitions of mulatto, octoroon, half-caste, mongrel, cross-breed, munt, and many more.
Winning: Winning means to be victorious. In terms of a race, winning would characterized by reaching the finish line before any of the other contestants. In terms of a Debate, winning would be characterized as the Debating Team which has the more persuasive argument or arguments and therefore receives more points from the Debate judges. Losing: Losing means a failure to win. In terms of a race, losing would be characterized as reaching the finish…
The definition of Discrimination is to treat individuals or a group of people differently because of race, religion, gender, age, disability, physical demeanour, nationality, and sexual orientation. Discrimination in medical terms is to be able to tell the difference between two things. For instance, two point discrimination is being able to tell the difference between two paper clip ends touching your skin.
What is Paul saying that there is no difference between men and women there is no difference between race?
Race means your entire race of people, and nationality means your specific nationality within that race of people. Here's some example to better explain the difference. *Race:Hispanic Nationality:Mexican *Race:Hispanic Nationality:Puerto Rican *Race:Hispanic Nationality:Dominican *Race:Hispanic Nationality:Cuban *Race:Asian Nationality:Cambodian *Race:Middle Eastern Nationality:Jordanian *Race:Caribbean Nationality:Haitian *Race:African Nationality:Somali *Race:Australian Nationality:Aborigines
No, caste system should not be included among race, religion and sex discrimination factors because caste system is an antithesis to the multiculturalism and hybridization. P.S.: Hybridization means to generate a new form of plant or animal, either by human intervention or naturally, by combining the genes of two different species or subspecies Antithesis means the complete or exact opposite of something Please also see: What is caste division?