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Q: I wonder what Locke and Rousseau would have said about this consequence of inequality from a perspective of the unprivileged persons. does this sound natural?
A: You seem to be talking about multiple consequences of wealth accumulation not just a single one so it’s best to stick with the plural here , “the consequences of inequality from the perspective of an unprivileged person” is better here


There’s another spot I noticed that could be improved.

“For these reasons, some may argue that we should keep parents from helping their children”

being strict here, but in terms of word usage
You can’t “stop” someone who wants to eat unhealthy food from eating it but you can “keep him from it” by taking away the means to get the food etc.

Nice essay so far!




Q: Locke describes the origin of inequality as the following: “Whoever sang or danced best, whoever was the handsomest, the strongest, the most dexterous, or the most eloquent, came to be of most consideration; and this was the first step towards inequality, and at the same time towards vice.” does this sound natural?
A: Locke describes the origin of inequality as follows: “Whoever sang or danced best, whoever was the most handsome, the strongest, the most dexterous, or the most eloquent came to be of most consideration; and this was the first step towards inequality and at the same time towards vice.”

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