Notes for Ethics
Notes for Ethics PHI 1120, Professional Ethics
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Date Created: 06/15/16
Day 9 Typicalconscious beliefs that members of group X are bad in some way Structural Racismvarious ways society functions which makes it harder for members of certain groups to get ahead Implicit/Unconscious Racismunconscious relations to/judgements about members of a certain group (since you’re unconscious you don’t know about them, and it can affect how you behave, and this is more common in socie=ty) Bakke: a white guy applying to medical school and not getting in, he thinks it’s racism because they have to meet the quota to let in enough minorities Quota system not okayif federally funded If acceptable: make race a factor in admission among others Hetteninger Spurick objections: Racism to historical racism Race and sex are morally ordinary RD unjustifies stereotypes Unjustified stereotypes Failure to hire more qualified is unjust Efficiency most qualified person deserves the job most qualified person is entitled to the job undermines equal opportunity Legitimate Judging based on involuntary characteristics white males are not compensated
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