There are really only two positions on this.2ndRateMind wrote:As might be said of where we are trying to get to. If we can't agree on that, further investigation and recommendations are useless.
Half of us want a fair world; everyone is bound by the same standards, if he gets to do it, so do I. If I don't get to do it, neither does he.
Half of us want a moral world. In a moral world it doesn't really matter what's fair. My stuff is his, because charity. His stuff is not mine, because property.
The latter sort of person is clearly the higher and I hope to one day become one.