Not everyone is fit to be a manager, because we are not all equal in abilities and skills and education. All in all i believe it would be hard to live in such a world.
That janitor never felt he is less than someone. Each of us is different in our own special way but we also have the common qualities that make us all humans. Equality is a nice idea. We are all different, very different at times.
I am not propagating some are better than others. Not every person has the same ability to learn math with ease. We all have different experiences, different abilities, and different preferences in life. People who truly excel do it by recognizing their comparative advantage, maximizing it and letting other people do what they are better at than them.
And that means that treating us as if we are the same is wrong. Can they possess my uniqueness?
A purely hypothetical scenario. I only ask this because a scenario like this was presented before me in the light of it being a good idea, and I disagree torileach Student Pohnpei is right. Sure, people had theories about what would happen in a democratically republic nation.
Humans naturally have unique abilities.
Cancel 0 Everyone is not equal. Have you ever been part of team that needed to make a presentation and the members insisted that everybody speak during the presentation? Not all jobs are created equal though, so if job A is a better job than job B. As humans we can think and articulate thoughts, we also have a sense of right and wrong which means our conscious.
Oh God please not calculus. I will naturally excel at something over someone else and vice versa. Every person regardless of his or her intelligence, income, career, race or nationality would receive respect. At its formation, the United States of America was a social experiment of sorts.We don’t have to change this whole world to make our life happy.
When you feel like you have to prove to someone, then you don’t feel equal to the other people. Equality comes. However, we are all born with the equal right to happiness, the equal right to opportunities to succeed, and the equal right to use our own advantages to prosper as human beings.
We have equal rights and I cannot stress that enough. We've had it instilled in us since we were young children. Everyone is equal, everyone is the same and we should treat them as such.
No child left behind and all that hoo-ha. Yes, all human are equal. Although some races are treated differently because of prejudice, we are all created equal.
Society is the one that puts a label on us and. A world where everyone was equal would mean getting equal pay, having the same amount of things, having to live in the same way, right now it sounds all good, but imagine if you happened to be a.
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