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Unformatted text preview: Ethics Exam 2: Study Guide Hegel: 1. Relationship between the way society is organized and desires and ends people decide as their own: • We know things as individuals but society directs us towards ends • Desires of a person are decided by society Ex. Car is a desire now because everything in society is spreadout 2. Master-Slave Relationship: 1. Struggle to Death- So that your criterion is only one in town 2. Recognition/ Struggle for Recognition- Need the other to recognize your position- One’s claim becomes valid with recognition of others Need recognition rather than annihilation of other 3. Subordinate other makes them dependent on ends of master Master-Slave Relationship is an inadequate form:- Both master and slave are alienated Master alienated because does not labor and cannot see himself in the world Slave alienated because does not reap the benefits of his own labor and cannot choose what he labors Should aspire toward relationships were both are free and equal Social Form: the organization of our existence with others 3. “Alienation”: inability to feel at home in the world Marx: 1. “Political Economy” : Based on the ideas that…- Humans are greedy, selfish- Private property is a natural right...
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