Ethics of Offering Incentives for Charity

Ethics of Offering Incentives for Charity
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  • The practice of offering incentives for charitable acts is deleterious and unnecessary to our society.
  • In the novel "Devotion of Suspect X", a man kills an innocent man to protect the woman he loved who didn't even love him back.
  • I'm definitely going to jail for this but it's okay. This will make her happy.
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  • He ends up in jail and ends up realizing that he is not happy. His charitable act did not give him the incentive he expected for and he is ultimately miserable.
  • John Brown does a charitable deed without expecting an incentive by prompting a slave rebellion to help the cause for abolition
  • Let us free the slaves!
  • Although he is hanged, he is ultimately viewed as a martyr
  • Incentives are pointless and harmless. Expecting a reward doesn't yield moral actions, and people will naturally do good if they are good people.
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