Equality, Freedom, and the Insufficiency of Empiricism

Of ten grounds for equalitarianism, four (especially man's symbolic power) are accepted as establishing approximate equality, at least in inborn capacities between groups identified physically (sex, race). the ethical ideal of "keeping internal and external lines of communication open" (john wilson, equality) is held to be valid but to be literally embodied only in deity. (an is can be derived from an ought if the is obtains necessarily.) some applications of equalitarianism
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