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.
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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