Abstract or Introduction
Whenever we come across critical questions such as ‘Are We All Equal’ or ‘Should We be Equal? One ambiguous term emerge from the conscious element of our human minds: ‘equality!’ Consequently, such a contentious topic of equality in turn awakens our curiosity which gradually develops into a craving desire to search for fundamental facts that can define equality comprehensively. Indeed, we do not have a clear or distinct definition of equality. We are in abject need of a universal understanding on the basic principles of equality.
Equality which simply means ‘the state of being equal’ in ordinary definition: encompasses great ambiguity and social controversy in a human social nature. Based on a popular debate on equality issue, it can be argued that we have never been equal since exist of mankind. However, since the emergence of divergent views from different perspectives based on clearly understood aspects of human nature: equality can now be defined appropriately only with respect to the preferred perspective in sense of basic principles of humanity.
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- Caroline Mutuku (Author), 2018, Social Equality or Economic Equality. Should We be Equal?, Munich, GRIN Verlag, https://www.grin.com/document/433489