By Michael L. Murray
The writer offers a controversy for a approach of social coverage that replaces welfare with a assured sufficient source of revenue. The e-book experiences public tips programmes, and evaluates different plans which have been proposed.
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To the extent we wish to use the notion of "deserving" to justify differential rewards and punishments, it must be applied to the action and not to the person. However, as can be seen from the above examples, it is often awkward to describe behavior as deserving. 27 Page 20 Principles of Economic Desert According to Miller, there are three principles which can be used to justify differential rewards, using the notion of deserts. They are contribution, effort and compensation. Contribution According to this principle a person's reward depends on the value of the contribution made to social welfare, in one's work activity.
Points made in that chapter are vital to the development of one's view of justice (both economic and other types), which, in turn, forms a basis for my recommended social policy. WHO ARE YOU? 12 It is my intent that this book be read, not only by college students but also by everyone interested in finding a better way of dealing with the problem of inadequate income. I firmly believe the arguments in this book can appeal to both liberals and conservatives. Naturally, some of the arguments will be more or less easily accepted by one of the groups.
The United States is sufficiently wealthy, and technology is sufficiently advanced, that we can survive quite nicely with the incentive to do better. We no longer need the incentive to survive. Another fundamental difference lies in the varying concepts of why people are poor and whether those who are poor should bear the brunt of their own behavior. " However, a gulf exists between those who feel others (perhaps most) deserve to be poor and, therefore, should have no claim on the resources of the Page 6 rest of society, and those who feel justice dictates we as a society should show concern for all poor people.