Suggested Discussion Questions:
1. What does this philosophy imply about oppression and the will of the oppressed to liberate themselves?
2. Need people be "schooled in courage," as the Children of Israel were in the desert, or should the oppressed be assisted by others? How do you interpret this anecdote?
3. How does this text understand generational divides? Need one have exposure to liberation in order to seek one's own liberation or do human's inherently believe that they deserve freedom? Give examples.