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Can the Lost Be Found?

Summary: Essay compares the works of two authors Richard T. De George, author of "Property and Global Justice", and Peter Singer, author of "Rich and Poor," in their exploration of the subject of is it our obligation to help third world countries, or is it a choice?
Third world countries have always been viewed as hopelessly poor. Sad faces that peer out at you during television commercials, which give you momentary feelings of remorse, and shame, for not pledging your donation. That is all they are. Images of a deprived world we have never experienced, and in most views, cannot change, momentarily reminding us of how fortunate we are to be born in a country that does provide a standard of living beyond basic necessity. Nevertheless, one question is prominent in my mind. If we cannot change third world poverty, then why do we feel remorse as individuals for not trying? Some philosophers such as Peter Singer, author of "Rich and poor," and Richard T. De George, author of "Property and Global Justice", believe it is because we the rich, as individuals and nations, have a moral obligation to help those individuals...

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