Ch 8: Economic Inequality & Morality

About This Chapter

If you need to study the morality of economic inequality for an exam, project or homework assignment, take a look at this useful online philosophy chapter. Inside, you'll find engaging video lessons and mini quizzes that can be accessed any time that's convenient.

Economic Inequality & Morality - Chapter Summary

In this online philosophy chapter, you'll examine a variety of morality issues/questions pertaining to economic inequality. Follow along with our expert instructors to analyze the morality of concepts like justice, poverty, taxation, fairness, affluence and more. These video lessons are designed to be short and engaging, which helps you quickly review and remember these morality concepts. Each lesson comes with a brief quiz to help you reinforce your understanding of the material. You can access these resources any time using your desktop, laptop or mobile device. Reviewing this chapter will help you:

  • Evaluate moral questions related to economic equality/inequality
  • Discuss the moral issues associated with poverty and affluence
  • Assess the morality of justice, taxation and fairness
  • Compare major social power theories

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