Retrospective Component [original thinking, no outside reference]
(a) Give the strongest argument you can for the conclusion that it would be wrong to ban all Muslim immigration.
(b) Raise the strongest possible objection [counter-example] to this argument.
(c) Does this objection succeed, or can it be successfully countered? Explain your answer.
(a) Define prejudice
(b) Is prejudice always wrong, never wrong, or only sometimes wrong? And, if it is only sometimes wrong, what kinds of prejudice are wrong?
(c) Give a justification or explanation for the position you endorse in (b)
(d) Define discrimination
(e) Is discrimination always wrong, never wrong, or only sometimes wrong? And, if it is only sometimes wrong, what kinds of discrimination are wrong?
(f) Give a justification or explanation for the position you endorse in (e)
(g) Raise and respond to the most powerful objection you can think of to what you have said above (i.e, an objection to your answer to ONE of (a) through (f)).
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