Is total equality possible?

timer Asked: Jan 21st, 2013

Question Description

I'm writing an essay on equality. The side I am arguing is that total equality among humans is not possible, and by equal I mean in every single thinkable way.

Im having trouble coming up with supporting points.

I was thinking that one could be that there could be no genders in order for there to be total equality, also all people would have one uniform personality and appearance (if someone was prettier or funnier than others it would not be equal).

I would just like some help coming up with three points as to why total equality is not possible :) 

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