Compose a 750 words essay on Merit. Needs to be plagiarism free!
In his opinion, we deserve what we earn. This paper briefly analyses Pojman’s arguments.
Man is a social animal and it is difficult for him to lead an isolated life. We are connected to many entities in this world and therefore our actions may affect others also. For example, if a person committed a crime, the police will interrogate all his relatives and family members in order to collect evidences. In other words the crime committed by a person may affect others as well. If one person kills another, the relatives of both the killer and the killed will be suffered along with the killer. The person who was killed may have wife, parents and children. The wife lost her husband whereas the children lost their father. The parents lost their son and the neighbours might have lost a good friend. Same way the killer may also have all the same entities and they also will suffer because of the killer’s criminal act. In other words, even if the criminal is a single entity, many other entities suffer because of the actions of the single entity. In short, even if we arrest the criminal and punish him, the persons who lost their beloved one may not get much in return. Under such circumstances, Pogman’s arguments seem to be good on paper, but in practice it is difficult to achieve.
It is a fact that we deserve what we earn. But it is difficult to limit the earnings within ourselves because of the complex relationship within the human community. Human have emotions and feelings and it is difficult to lead an emotionless or feeling less life. We can argue that the hardworking fellows should be rewarded properly whereas criminals or culprits should be punished. But we cannot argue hardworking fellows always get rewards whereas the criminals always get punishments. At the time of writing this paper, world cup football is going on. I have just watched an