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Famine Relief and the ideal Moral Code Arthurs Main Argument 1. There is duty to provide aid whenever others are in greater need and will suffer without our help. 2. People who deserve or who have a right to their wealth are entitled to keep it. 3. For the most part, entitlements morally trumps the duty to aid others. 3. Therefore, for the most part, people are morally permitted to keep most of the wealth that the have by right or by desert. Entitlements Two kinds: derived from rights, derived from what one deserves.... View Full Document

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