• discernment; partiality, unequal treatment; ability to choose well (in matters of taste)
• discrimination is the practice of treating one person or group of people less fairly or less well than other people or groups.
• discrimination is the ability to recognize and like things that are of good quality.
• deprivation of what's due to a particular ethnic group, distinctions in treatment or prejudice based on ethnic differences
• treat everyone equally
• constructive discrimination which is used to help minority groups move ahead after suffering from years of negative discrimination
• positive discrimination is the policy of deliberately treating one group of people better than others because they have previously been treated unfairly.
principle of discrimination
• basis of discrimination, principle of making differentiations based on specific characteristics (race, sex, etc.)
religious, racial and sexual discrimination
• differentiating between people based on their gender religion or racial background
• discrimination against members of a majority group as a result of policies that give preference to minorities (such as affirmative action, etc.)
• discriminating against someone because of their gender
without religious racial and sexual discrimination
• without any religious or racial or sexual discrimination, not biased or prejudiced against anyone