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Pojman’s Argument Kristina Snyder PHI: 107 Philosophy of Human Conduct Dr. Pete Conis February 23, 2010 Pojman argues that we should strive to form a world in which "the virtuous are rewarded and the vicious punished in proportion to their relative deserts." I do not agree or disagree with Pojman when it comes to deserving what we earn. I believe it depends on what we earn and how
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we earned it. I believe that if we stole something just because we thought we earned it, then that is not right, but I think Pojman is more on the lines of working towards our goals and having a success in life. I think that if we go to school for ten or so years, or go back to school for even just a year, then it will pay off and you will succeed in what you are looking for, whether it is wealth or just a nice steady job so that you can have a steady life and buy things in life that you have worked for with that job. I do believe that we are responsible for all the actions that we take and with path we choose in
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