From monopolistic market structures to poor public health outcomes, inequality can cause harm in a number of domains of everyday living
If there are intrinsic moral reasons to be concerned about inequality, there are also instrumental reasons for such concern. Inequality is reprehensible not only because it is inherently unfair and unjust, but because it can cause harm in a number of domains of everyday living. Here is a small sample of some of these instrumental ills of inequality.
Recommended For You
Select your Category
Internet Not Available
Wait for it…
Log in to our website to save your bookmarks. It'll just take a moment.