Are forms of discrimination necessarily wrong? Why wouldn't discrimination serve a "developmental" purpose?
That is, in order to perceive "better" or "worse", there must be a way to discriminate against "worse". Thus discrimination is not naively a form of "bullying", but it can or even serve a human development aspect, correct?
Notice, I'm using the word discrimination in a broader context than, say, racial discrimination. I would call excluding things from people, such as prohibiting them from using drugs, to be discrimination. But this kind of discrimination, tries to serve a developmental purpose.