1200 Political Philosophy Notes

2 while the state may intervene against harm with

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Unformatted text preview: ar book? Given that we know how to read, or afford to buy the book? We were born the way we are, and we didn't choose to be born that way. I didn't consent to this, a justifying authority state is that all the individuals are consent into it. In a sense people compare this to a lottery. Wether or not you win the lottery doesn't matter if you are consent or not. We have lots of inequality but this is not what we ought to be treated. We realized that inequality do exist, we have to have a program which give people equal opportunity. People were born with more opportunity then we should give more opportunity to those who were born with less. It is important that we are born in a particular social status. Communitarians reject the ideal Albert Camus: Life is Absurd ...
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This note was uploaded on 02/13/2014 for the course PHIL 1200 taught by Professor Patrickmichaelwalsh during the Winter '13 term at Manitoba.

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