I'm having aerious problems with the Amherst essay.
I'm responding to:
"Justice seems to require us to take the perspective of an impartial observer Often this perspective seems to clash with the perspective that most of us take in our daily lives where ties of love, commitment, friendship and professional responsibilities seem not only to permit, but to demand, that we treat people unequally."
From Amherst, Summer 2001, Jyl Gentzler, Professor of Philosophy, Amherst College
I'm having problems finding suitable examples. I agree with the quote. Also, hwo do I bring my personality across through this topic?