Luck egalitarianism, dominance and state perfectionism in Singapore

In the post “Singapore, A Luck Egalitarian Society?”, the writer establishes Singapore as a luck egalitarian society and uses Elizabeth Anderson’s criticism of luck egalitarianism’s lack of respect and concern for all…

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According to a PwC report written in March 2017[1], robots…

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At Yale-NUS College, we are thinking about ideals of equality and democracy, and how they relate to practice, in Singapore and in the wider world.

This website showcases our reflections.

Articles were originally submitted as course papers for Professor Sandra Field’s classes Contemporary Egalitarianism and Democratic Theory.

The Equality&Democracy project has been made possible through the support of a Teaching Innovation Grant from the Yale-NUS Centre for Teaching and Learning: ‘Applying Political Philosophy to Real World Cases’.

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