For this weekly check-in, read the eighth chapter, “Justice” on pp. 76-86 in your book What Does It All Mean by Thomas Nagel

For this weekly check-in, read the eighth chapter, “Justice” on pp. 76-86 in your book What Does It All Mean by Thomas Nagel. While discussing issues of justice both nationally and globally, Nagel says:

Most disturbing of all are the enormous inequalities in wealth, health, education, and development between rich and poor countries. Most people in the world have no chance of ever being as well off economically as the poorest people in Europe, Japan, or the United States. These large differences in good and bad luck certainly seem unfair; but what, if anything, should be done about them?

For your original thread, explain if you agree that the enormous inequalities in wealth, health, education, and development between rich and poor countries seem unfair and why or why not. Next, answer Nagels question: What, if anything, should be done about these large differences in good and bad luck?

After posting your original thread, reply to at least two classmates. You may let them know whether you share their ideas, if their post helped you to think of things in a new way, etc.

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