A presentation by Hilary Martin, OP, DSPT Professor Emeritus Philosophy and Theology
Free and open to the public.
From the beginning of European occupation of the Continent, land ownership has been a source of contention for the Natives. The value of the land is perceived differently by each group. For the aboriginal person land is not purely economical. It was given to them by their ancestors and it has religious value.
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