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I’ve been reading through the supervisor’s notebook in the few idle moments I can catch alone in the cleaning store. This records any incident during the night, so the Casna managers can catch up on what’s been going on. One entry from last year reads: “Ibrahim had his bag searched by security and they found a banana and some uncooked fish. ”1 1. Introduction The question I have raised in the title is clearly much too large to answer in a single chapter, but I hope that it has caught your eye and that you are willing to read a little further to get a partial answer.

Instead of looking at the interpersonal moral situation, we will have to cast our eyes wider and look at the systemic moral situation, where morality may well require that no one should ever be left in the situation that leaves them open to this kind of coercive offer. The purpose of the analysis so far has been to reach an understanding of the concept of coercion and its defining components, but this still leaves one problem unsolved: namely, the question of whether the fact that an act is an act of coercion is sufficient in itself to show that the act is morally reprehensible.

Is it enough to be able to say that each transaction is mutually beneficial? Well, there might be a problem, because when we look at each transaction it is easy to forget that whereas it may leave the poor party to the exchange better off for the moment, in many cases this is only very temporarily. One of the common features of a 32 SØREN HOLM life in poverty is that it is almost impossible to save and make yourself permanently better off. The poor are and remain poor, partly because their daily mutually beneficial exchanges with their employers do not add up to any other long-term benefit than being able to stay alive.

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