Just answer the questions using the following links

https://newlearn.govst.edu/bbcswebdav/pid-971749-dt-content-rid-4753970_1/courses/IDSS-4400-03_21FA/IDSS-4400-03_21FA_ImportedContent_20210915113408/IDSS-4400-02_21FA_ImportedContent_20210910102127/hooks – Marginality as site of resistance.pdf

https://newlearn.govst.edu/bbcswebdav/pid-971750-dt-content-rid-4753971_1/courses/IDSS-4400-03_21FA/IDSS-4400-03_21FA_ImportedContent_20210915113408/IDSS-4400-02_21FA_ImportedContent_20210910102127/Le Guin – The Ones Who Walk Away From Omelas.pdf

https://newlearn.govst.edu/bbcswebdav/pid-971761-dt-content-rid-4753952_1/courses/IDSS-4400-03_21FA/IDSS-4400-03_21FA_ImportedContent_20210915113408/IDSS-4400-02_21FA_ImportedContent_20210910102127/Rachels – The Challenge of Cultural Relativism 2pg%281%29.pdf


Use reference that I am a Interdisciplinary major with a monir in Psychology.

I have taken courses in Journalism, Business Management, and Human Resources


1. Why did you decide to pursue an Interdisciplinary Studies degree at GSU? (If you’re not un IDSS: what’s your major and why did you choose it?)

2. Have you taken any courses (at GSU or elsewhere) on ethics or social justice?

3. What role does the tormented child play in Ursula Le Guin’s story, “The Ones Who Walk Away From Omelas"? How does the child’s condition affect the citizens of Omelas? Why do you think it’s important that everyone in the city must be aware of the existence of the child?

4. What is your interpretation of those who “walked away?” Are they morally righteous, or not? 

5. Identify at least two criticisms that James Rachels makes against relativism. Does Rachels agree with relativists about anything?  

6. Are there any truths about morality or ethics that you think apply universally? If so, give an example.