Make a table like the following one:
|Type of Barbarian||Page Number||Distinguishing Properties||Examples|
|Barbarians in the loose and broad sense||Pp. 28-30||Cruel, inhumane, wild and merciless men acting against human reason out of anger or native disposition who becomes hard and merciless; is hard, unbeareable, cruel and plunges into crimes that only the wildest beasts of the forests would commit. These are reasonable men gone completly astray.||The Spanish committing crimes against the Indians are the prime example of this kind of barbarian!|
|The second kind of barbarian are those who do not have a written language||Pp. 30-32||These are relative barbarians who can be wise, courageous, prudent and can lead a settled life.|
|Barbarians in the third sense are ...||PP. 32-...|
It is barbarians of the third kind which turn out to be most important. So pay careful attention to the nature of these barbarians.