Equality: An Analysis into its Cultural Component

Equality: An Analysis into its Cultural Component

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Volume 1 Issue 2 ()

The cause of equality is not one of creating contiguous compartments. Humans are equal not as isolated bits, but as mutually interacting summations of different processes. The paper here argues this same understanding of social cultures and myths as inalienable components of human equality, and the need for orienting our take as one that values hierarchy and difference as much as equal access to material modes of survival. Basing on the idea of psychologism, the argument developed is in opposition to hallowed promises of tomorrow, and their antithesis with the very functions of law as a social instrument.

Cite as: Siddharth, Equality: An Analysis into its Cultural Component, 1 NUJS L. Rev. 367 (2008)

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