The entrance exam for the 2nd year at Sciences Po is proposing that we focus on the theme of inequality in 2015.
Why are there inequalities? How can they be reduced, but before that, should they really be reduced? What are inequalities?
This is what you will discover through this compilation of the best articles on inequalities.
General courses on Inequalities :
Philosophy course on Inequalities :
- Sieyès’ Critique of Inequality: What is the Third Estate?
- Definition of Justice
- Origins of law and justice
- Inequalities and justice: consequences of the desire for power? – Nietzsche
- A state of nature in Rousseau ?
History of Inequality Course:
Geography course on Inequalities:
Sociology/Economics course on Inequality:
- Summary Adam Smith – The Wealth of Nations
- Summary Paul Krugman – Get us out of this crisis now!
- Inequality in educational outcomes because of the family – Raymond Boudon
- Inequality of social classes
- Health inequalities in the French population in 2014
- Inequalities in the face of alcohol in the world – Statistics 2014
- Inequalities – Interview with Thomas Pikkety
Inequalities News Course:
Topics and answers on inequalities :
A car driver gives change to a poor person
See also other general knowledge courses:
5 thoughts on “General Knowledge: Inequalities”
Bravo for this article, I just shared it on my Twitter account 🙂 Rosalie
@Guillemette: Hello Guillemette, you will find your happiness here! → Inequalities Practice Topics
@Guillemette: There’s a whole article on it… You have to look a bit!
What are the likely topics? THANKS !
I do not think it is really useful to reduce them because they are only continuities of ancestral traditions to make fun of the poor and it is very good like that! Thank you for your subjective understanding. Terry.
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