Charity

Charity, Welfare, Inequality, and Doom

Public debate of welfare and charity of late seems to come near-exclusively from two viewpoints: (1) the poor are poor by circumstance and must be helped by society; and, (2) the poor are poor because they are sub-par decision makers.  Poor by circumstance implies that poverty is not only inevitable, but that it will of itself perpetuate poverty and inequality.  Poor by… Read more →