Man and Sin by Piet Schoonenberg (1964) 2.3 QF
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[Now, here comes a different example.
Let me consider the example of “welfare”, defined as transfer payments from (an imputed bad one) to an imputed good one.
Something2a is making funds available according to certain criteria for subjects2a.
Does that sound more humane than forcing subjects to stop smoking cigarettes?
Still, the government agent dehumanizes.
Who is the subject that fits a particular criteria?
A dehumanized person is.]