Unformatted text preview: the difficulties involved in attempting to rectify each injustice. One example discussed in class was the difficulty in attempting to rectify the injustices caused by slavery. 2) The social contract objection: For Wilt Chamberlin to make his money he is using the stadium, the roads, and the basic infrastructure of society to make his money so he needs to give some back). Despite Wilt Chamberlin’s talents he would not be able to make the large sum of money he makes without the rest of society. Property cannot exist without society and therefore it might seem that people don’t have a right to all the property they can accumulate within a society. Be sure not only to full explain the force of each objection and exactly how the objection objects to the original argument but also be sure to critique the objection and offer reasons why we should accept or reject the objection....
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- Fall '08
- Political Philosophy, John Rawls, Objection, Nozick, Wilt Chamberlin