Jamie Cohen Due: 9/8/2008 Philosophy 1110.101 Vincent Baltazar 1) The two components that make up the System of Natural Liberty are that a structure exists and in which positions are available for those who will participate in them, so it will lead to a fair distribution. The components of liberal equality are arrangements in the careers open to talents which requires equal liberty, free market economy, and a formal equality of opportunity. This type of equality ensures that positions are to be open and all should have an equal chance to hold them. The components of natural aristocracy are the advantages of people with greater natural endowments are to be limited to those that further the good of the poorer side in society. The component of democratic equality is that social order is not to establish the more attractive prospects of those better off unless doing so is to the advantage of those less fortunate. 2)
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