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Should the strong be required to support the weak? How does society 'distribute' wealth among its members? These are the questions. There are three basic sides to this issue. The permissive system entitles individuals to a subsistence income supply for existing as a human. The puritan system requires that people at least be willing to contribute to society in order to receive a subsistence income. Finally, the Individual view holds the property rights of the individual to be sacred: no one may forcibly deprive him of his goods. I will argue for the last alternative.
- A Sound Theist Argument
- Analysis of the Story of Robert Graves “The Shout”
- Distributive Justice
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