Creating new conception of “work ethic” and motivation for a changing economy, particularly on reformulating “self-appraisal” issue. Implementation of “work ethic”, Rawls’ “rational plan”, Gandhi’s “rational plan” and Universal Basic Income (UBI). Reformulating desert/merit/legitimate expectations with my “work ethic” for equality/distributive justice. Reformulating incentives and Nozick’s arguments with my equality/distributive justice. Reformulating “expensive tastes”, global or national “work ethic” by reformulating “effective altruism” and global justice. Reformulating “expensive tastes”, “luck egalitarianism” and “responsibility”, particularly with Dworkin, Cohen, Anderson’s research, for equality/distributive justice and anticipated responses in earlier chapters. Gandhi’s ethic/humility, utility and warnings.

Gandhian perspective on “Work Ethic” for substantive distributive justice/equality / Tayshete, Neha. - (2020 Sep 29). [10.13119/11385_205000]

Gandhian perspective on “Work Ethic” for substantive distributive justice/equality

2020

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Creating new conception of “work ethic” and motivation for a changing economy, particularly on reformulating “self-appraisal” issue. Implementation of “work ethic”, Rawls’ “rational plan”, Gandhi’s “rational plan” and Universal Basic Income (UBI). Reformulating desert/merit/legitimate expectations with my “work ethic” for equality/distributive justice. Reformulating incentives and Nozick’s arguments with my equality/distributive justice. Reformulating “expensive tastes”, global or national “work ethic” by reformulating “effective altruism” and global justice. Reformulating “expensive tastes”, “luck egalitarianism” and “responsibility”, particularly with Dworkin, Cohen, Anderson’s research, for equality/distributive justice and anticipated responses in earlier chapters. Gandhi’s ethic/humility, utility and warnings.
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Distributive justice. John Rawls. Gerald Cohen. Equality. Desert. Merit. Incentives. Ronald Dworkin. Nozick. Thomas Scanlon. Mohandas Gandhi.
Gandhian perspective on “Work Ethic” for substantive distributive justice/equality / Tayshete, Neha. - (2020 Sep 29). [10.13119/11385_205000]
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