Desert

[Revised entry by Fred Feldman and Brad Skow on October 9, 2015. Changes to: 0] Claims about desert are familiar and frequent in ordinary non-philosophical conversation. We say that a hard-working
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[Revised entry by Fred Feldman and Brad Skow on October 9, 2015. Changes to: 0] Claims about desert are familiar and frequent in ordinary non-philosophical conversation. We say that a hard-working and productive student deserves a high grade; that a vicious criminal deserves a harsh penalty; that someone who has suffered a series of misfortunes deserves some good luck for a change....

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