We chatted yesterday in my class about how much we might owe others--especially those suffering from famine and lack of medical resources, education, etc. I mentioned that Loius CK makes an argument that resembles some of the arguments we considered in class. Here's the relevant clip.
Do you think he's right in claiming that it's evil--and we should interpret this as "it's not morally permissible"--for him to continue driving his Infinity? That is, that he's obligated to sell it and donate the proceeds to those that are in dire need? If so, what implications does this have regarding your life? Are there things that you have or services you enjoy (e.g., expensive shoes, Netflix, etc.) that you should really do without so that you can help those in dire need?