This week, we will consider how deontology applies to business markets and artistic license.Please read each of the following:George, R. and Girgis, S. (2017, Dec. 4). A baker’s first amendment righ

 This week, we will consider how deontology applies to business markets and artistic license.

Please read each of the following:

George, R. and Girgis, S. (2017, Dec. 4). A baker’s first amendment rights. The New York Times. Retrieved from https://www.nytimes.com/2017/12/04/opinion/first-amendment-wedding-cake.html?_r=0Links to an external site.

Corvino, J. (2017, Nov. 27). Drawing a line in the ‘gay wedding cake’ case. The New York Times. Retrieved from https://www.nytimes.com/2017/11/27/opinion/gay-wedding-cake.htmlLinks to an external site.​

This symposium is a chance for you to discuss together the ethical issues and questions that it raises, your own response to those, and whether that aligns with or does not align with a deontological approach. The aim is not to simply assert your own view or to denigrate other views, but to identify, evaluate, and discuss the moral reasoning involved in addressing

Your posts should remain focused on the ethical considerations, and at some point in your contribution you must specifically address the way someone with a deontological view would approach this issue by explaining and evaluating that approach.

If you have a position, you should strive to provide reasons in defense of that position.

Your post should add up to at least 400 words. 

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