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Unformatted text preview: 3. Intrinsic racism: members of different races ought to be treated differently, regardless of whether or not they differ in these morally relevant respects. a. Argument against: People should only be treated differently only in regard to their morality and not solely on race. Racist dispositions (Pattern of behavior) 1. Racial prejudice: Tendency to assert propositions about races which are to the advantage of some rather than others and to do so even in the face of evidence that should lead you to give up those propositions....
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- Fall '07