Inequality: What Can Be Done? Inequality Part 3 This is a direct continuation of my past two posts on wealth inequality (in America). I discussed why it’s important to be skeptical of the data out there on wealth inequality, mainly due to the omission of data or the lack of detail when it’s presente [...]
Social issues with wealth gap, and wealth inequality, and discrimination? Let's solve this?! Part 1 - https://youtu.be/me4fL94yIqI Part 2 - https://youtu.be/7c7ccOHMK8o Topics covered include: If the data shows unequal outcomes, does that mean someone was being treated unfairly, independent of what [...]
"What Can Compare to Slavery, Right?" Inequality Part 2 I have argued that inequality is the natural state of human affairs and that people may want to combat it. I have also argued that combating inequality should be done in ways that do not infringe on the freedom and agency of others. I specifica [...]
In the world there is inequality between nations and within nations, between states, between different age cohorts, between individuals in a classroom, individuals within a family...
JTOL0099 The Completely Unimportant, Little-known List of Misconceptions About Wealth Inequality, the Wealth Gap, (and Discrimination)
Just the tip... of the non-existent iceberg. Some not so important things about some of the biggest debates in our times. There are some seriously great research links below, also. How data on income inequality and the wealth gap often misses key components to the argument at hand. How data tells a [...]
In the world there is inequality between nations and within nations, between states, between different age cohorts, between individuals in a classroom, individuals within a family... Also available as a podcast. Search for Just Thinking Out Loud in your favorite podcast directory. Photo credit backg [...]