Topic: Myth and reality of human equality.
Thesis statement: The popular notion of human equality is no more than a myth because of social, economic, administrative, and cultural divisions. A unified approach in education, respect for diversity and maintenance of peace can help in achieving some aspects of human equality.
2)- Human equality; origin and a brief history
3)- How humans are equal?
A)- Humans are equal by birth
B)- Constitutions grant social, and political equality
C)- Death; a sign of human equality
D)- International human equality
4)- Why is human equality a myth?
A)- Cultural, racial, and social disparities maintain differential status (dialectical materialism)
B)- economic divergence propagates inequality (Marx’s concepts of social change and class struggle)
C)- Faultlines in governance creates a sense of deprivation
D)- Religious beliefs cultivate seeds of divergence
5)- How human equality can be maintained?
A)- internationalization of education (Bertrand Russell’s views)
B)- Respecting the diversity of life and opinion
C)- maintenance of administrative equality
D)- discouraging hate content and prejudice
E)- Maintaining peace and security