How does Capitalism and
Is Capitalism moral? That is a very good question. There are many contradicting ideas on whether it is or not. Some people believe that morality is subjective but for me, I believe that morality is not subjective. Morality comes from the inside and no matter where you come from or how you are brought up you will always have that little voice in the back of your mind; well there are a few people that never had a conscience but not many. One of the biggest reasons I believe that Capitalism is moral, is because liberalism is against Capitalism, and I believe that liberalism is the most immoral thing that exists.
There are a few articles that both agree and disagree with the statement that Capitalism is moral. (It is a common belief that capitalism “delivers the goods” and creates prosperity, but does so only at the cost of our souls, our dignity and our humanity. Many people doubt capitalism not because they fail to see its wealth-generating capacity, but because they believe it to be immoral. I wish to contest the idea that capitalism is immoral and present evidence to the contrary. Not only do I believe capitalism passes the minimum test by failing to violate basic moral standards; I believe it actively promotes a robust sense of morality in a way far superior to any other system.) (Morehouse). In this article he goes through many reasons why he believes Capitalism is moral. According to him Capitalism is honest, peaceful, humble, and responsible. Capitalism is not what some people believe; it gets saddled with a lot of baggage that doesn’t properly belong to it. Some of this is the result of ignorance of basic economics, some of it a poor reading of history, but most of it is due to a bad definition of capitalism. But the biggest thing is if not Capitalism, what. There aren’t any other economical systems that work as good as it.
There are several people that believe that Capitalism is immoral because...