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Introduction Paragraph Introduction Aristotle’s Principle of Justice and the Free Market Principle, greatly clash with each other. Define Free Market Principle The Free Market Principle is the production and exchange of goods and services without interference from the government or from monopolies. What does it mean This principle states that the prices of goods and services should be decided on by the buyers and sellers complementing supply and demand. Define Aristotle’s Principle of Justice Aristotle’s Principle of Justice is that people who are equal in the relevant respects should be treated equally and people who are unequal in the relevant respects should be treated proportionately unequal. What does it mean Aristotle means that if you work hard at something you should be rewarded as if you worked hard at it rather than someone who didn’t work hard at something who should be rewarded less. This could be used in other functions than just work, it could work in the sense that if you pay more for something it should be better than if you bought something for cheap, or if someone practices a sport more than a competitor they should win. Thesis Since the Free Market Principle and Aristotle’s Principle of Justice differ, there should be a general and principle procedure for deciding which goods should be distributed according to which of these two principles.
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Body Paragraph Why should there be a principle procedure for deciding which goods should be distributed according to which of these two principles? One might be asking why should there be a general and principle
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