The science of genetic testing is fast reaching the point where it can be determined whether people carry genes for crippling, often fatal, diseases. Before long, employers may be able to know in advance whether job candidates are likely to need time off for illness; they can reject such candidates in advance. Further, health insurance companies may deny policies to such individuals. They may even refuse to reimburse parents for the delivery of a child known to be disabled before birth.
How would you apply Kant’s deontological ethics here?