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Sociology
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SOCL 2411
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Semester
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Nature of the Distributive Process and Inequality800 BCHebrew Prophets Amos Micah and Isaiah denunciations of rich and powerful200 BCHindu PriestsThe Laws of Manusocial inequalities were divinely ordained for the good of the worldTwo dominant views of Social Inequality1Supportive of the Status QuoConservativeexistingdistribution of rewards is just equitable and frequently inevitableThe Laws of Manu Hindu Priestsexisting distribution is2Critical of the Status QuoRadicalunjust and unnecessaryHebrew Prophets In Greece Aristotle defended not only the institution of privateproperty but also slaveryOn the other hand Plato and Phaleas of Chalcedon advocated communalownership of property Plato didnt object to inequality per se but to the specificinstitutional basis on which the existing system of inequality rested So within the radical camp there are two positionsThe Elitists who object to the existing system of allocating rewardsbut not to inequality per seOn the
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