You Earned it - You Earned it 1 Do we all deserve to drive fancy cars and live in huge mansions Do we deserve to live in happiness and worry free

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You Earned it 1 Do we all deserve to drive fancy cars and live in huge mansions? Do we deserve to live in happiness and worry free? Many people would answer yes to the questions above. The finer things in life don’t come to us by chance; they come from hard work and dedication. As written in Merit: Why Do We Value It?, by Louis Pojman, society should “give people what they deserve, rendering to the evil, evil, and to the good, good”. When society only reward people with what they earn it promotes a balance within these many social classes and helps people to appreciate the small things in life. There are several different social statuses within the United States. Social class is the ordering of all persons in society based on their economic value, social and educational standing. Some people work hard just to reach a certain social class. Essentially the United States has three different social classes. The rich, middle class and the poor are the well-known established social classes within the U.S. If people were afforded the opportunity to obtain rewards for things they didn’t deserve, there would be no competition. People would not work hard because
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This note was uploaded on 03/28/2010 for the course PHIL PHIL 107 taught by Professor Ronaldbolender during the Spring '10 term at Ashford University.

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You Earned it - You Earned it 1 Do we all deserve to drive fancy cars and live in huge mansions Do we deserve to live in happiness and worry free

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