Review the Case Study (Working at Columbia University) on page 22 of the attached PDF and answer the following questions. Minimum 250 words and 2 references. No format required. The questions or references DO NOT count as part of the word count.
The three basic ethical arguments against discrimination (and, in this case, discrimination based on personal religious belief) are fairness, rights, and utilitarianism.
- Choose one and make the case that Houngan Hector—who was never charged with any crime—should be treated like any other applicant for a job at Columbia University.
- Can any of the three arguments be used to show that discriminating against Haitian voodoo believers is ethically acceptable, even recommendable?