Rawls would certainly agree that it is wrong to discriminate in Singerâ€™s â€˜landlordâ€™ case. In what ways are his reasons for agreeing with Singer similar to and different from Singerâ€™s reasoning? Which of these authors do you think best explains what is wrong with the discrimination in the â€˜landlordâ€™ case? Or do you have your own explanation of what is wrong with this case? Argue for your position with supporting and opposing arguments, bringing in at least two of the approaches to morality discussed in Unit Two.