I’m stuck on a Philosophy question and need an explanation.
Come up with something you did that wronged another person (you can make up a story), which is unique to your life
experience, as far as you know.
Give an example of two different things you could do to make up for it, according to the philosophers we read so far (Aristotle, Locke, Boxill, Radzik—pick two), without paying the victim.
Give an argument in favor of each “fix” over the other: why is it the better way to make up for what you did?
Finally, give a critique of ONE of the two arguments you made.
FORMAT: 3-5 pages, double-spaced