Why are we morally bifurcated when it comes to acts of the government and private enterprise?
I have asked this question to countless people and haven't found anyone who hasn't simply avoided the question. Take anything that the government does on a regular basis, whether it be taxes, subsidies, special interest towards certain ethic groups etc. Then imagine that a private company was doing the same thing. Is there a difference in your reaction and/or moral assessment? If there is, why?
by edmob16 years ago
I am not interested in illegal tax declaration but the aviodance of tax. It seems to me most free market economies have some leeway for this.Also there is the question of what would happen with the accounts and lawyers...
by ilmdamaily7 years ago
Been grappling with this one for a while now. Can't seem to find a way out of it. Is what is "legal" equivalent to what is "moral"? The question is raised because the justification for the...
by LAURENS WRIGHT5 years ago
Do you believe that if God or the Government tells you to do something, is it right morally?There is much talk about Gun Confiscation, killing people, going to war, defending one's self and civilian unrest. Would...
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