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On the other hand, religious conservative monogenists such as de Salle could be more defiantly anti-colonialist.
At the egalitarian side of the monogenist spectrum were the staunchest opponents of slavery, one Saint-Simonian, one atheist progressive republican, and one provincial author sympathetic to Christianity.
A somewhat active participant was the Christian monogenist, a onetime physician turned army interpreter and modern Oriental language instructor in Marseille, Eusebe de Salle (also written de Salles).
Their issues were the fertility of hybrid species in zoology, the accuracy of Genesis, and the sources of African inferiority, which both monogenists and polygenists assumed.
Monogenists and polygenists cited the example of the Jews in proof or refutation of ideological positions on the innate or environmental origins of race.
48) Through this imagery of two trees from same stock, Mill presents the monogenist argument which claims that human beings all originated from the same source/stock, but the racial hierarchies and differences still remain.