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    the government. Milton Friedman said, “A society that puts equality before freedom will get neither. A society that puts freedom before equality will get a high degree of both.” If you put equality before freedom then the outcome will be bad for the people because it takes away their freedom to speak out on what they feel or on what they want to do.I feel like freedom should be more valued than equality.If society ever have more equality but no freedom than society would have trouble speaking out

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    Is Equality Obsolete? Equality is a loosely used term when discussed around the world. According to Merriam Webster, equality means, “The quality or state of being equal”. As a peer counselor one of my jobs is to effectively communicate with my students and have a strong interpersonal relationship with each and every one of them. Equality is making sure all people are treated equally, equality is not economic disparity. The restraints put into place whether it be by, the government or people

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    Justice and equality are both two very abstract concepts with numerous controversial definitions that are never agreed upon. Depending on the situations, justice can be the same as equality, or not. In the modern world, justice is often used as a political slogan, rather than a meaningful pursuit. Meanwhile equality is also one of the leading ideals of political movements, such as equal rights movements for marriage, voting, etc. In order to answer the question: is justice the same as equality, it is

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    Mesopotamia Equality

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    What is equality? Equality is when everyone equal in a society, it could equality in race or gender. Based on the five sources I have, I can argue that women were not equal in Mesopotamian culture. Mesopotamia took place in 3500 B.C. Iraq. Women were not equal because, they were punished more harshly than men. Women were also sold to their husbands for marriage, and if they die and have children with her husband, than only their sons will get the dowry. In the Code of Ur-Nammu it says, that

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    Generational Equality

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    Generational Equality From a young age, our generation has been told that all races, genders and religions are equal and should be treated as so. I was fortunate to grow up around a diverse group of friends and could see first hand the truth in that statement. Previous generations were never taught that all are equal. The end of the previous generation was in the late 1960’s. This is around the time that blacks and all races were finally gaining equality. Today, we don’t rely on what values we learn

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    Peter Singer Equality

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    for a very long time is the topic of equality. Equality is something that some people take very seriously when dealing with their lives. They want to make sure that they are getting the best possible thing, and if someone is doing better than them then they want to know why they can’t have the same thing. When most people think of equality they tend to think about equality among the human race. However; there has been a push for not only humans to have equality but animals

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    Equality by default is an idea that has been ever present throughout philosophy. Though its name may not be the same from philosopher to philosopher, its philosophical ideals are relatively similar. Equality by default is the idea that no single act or choice is more right or wrong than another. All men are equal by nature and oneself cannot be considered better than another. Equality by default teaches that all acts, all thoughts, and all opinions are equal because it is impossible to be unequal

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    Equality- the state or quality of being equal; correspondence in quantity, degree, value, rank, or ability. Equality is more than a 15-word definition. Equality is knowing someone is different but treating them the same, equality is knowing someone has muscular dystrophy and treating them like you would any other person, equality is when you introduce yourself you state the pronouns you go by like he, she, or they, equality is not assuming that because of someone’s gender they like the opposite

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    According to most people, equality is probably one of the hardest words to define. Like love, equality can mean many different things. But there is one thing about equality we can all agree on. Acceptance. What exactly does it mean to “accept” someone? It means to treat others respectfully, no matter how they act or what they like. It means to welcome someone regardless of who they are. We’re all human. We all have feelings. We all have problems. We all have differences. We, as humans, should respect

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    Animal Farm Equality

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    example of what terrible things could happen when someone unfair takes over, by clearly displaying the power struggles that the animals face when trying to keep everything equal for everyone. In the novel Animal Farm, the author demonstrates how total equality between different classes of people is not possible because of the societal need for a leader, the varying intelligence of everyone in a society, and different people's levels of self-importance.

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