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Ethics: Race and Prejudice (Part 4)

This is the final part on race and prejudice.  In this article, we will deal with a couple of points left untouched to this point… One Race The term “race” can be used to mean different things.  It can mean: … Continue reading

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Ethics: Race and Prejudice (Part 3)

Unjust prejudice exits all over this earth. Some times it takes the form of ethnocentrism, which is prejudice based on cultural differences. “Even people who look very similar can have improper attitudes toward each other… The Irish and the English… … Continue reading

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Ethics: Race and Prejudice (Part 2)

In an ideal world, justice would be blind. People should be judged by the content of their character, and not the color of their skin, or the fatness of their wallet. Joseph Addison said, “Justice discards party, friendship, kindred, and … Continue reading

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