Discuss what some of the normative theories explained in class (e.g. Utilitarianism, Kantian ethics, virtue ethics) would have to say about this issue.

There are three(3) questions. The first two (2) are short response, and your answer should beapproximately one paragraph. These will be marked out of four (4). The finalquestion is an essay question. You do not need to provide citations. This willbe marked out of twelve (12).
Question One
Provide an argument for or against Cultural Relativism
Question TwoAxe Murderer:
Suppose you are at home and a sinister looking man arrives atyour home and asks where your best friend is. What would a Kantian say youought to do? Can you provide any reason this would be wrong?
Question Three
(Essay question)An important ethical question for many of us is how we should consider theneeds of those near us (for instance, those in our own family, neighbourhoodor country) versus those who are further away who may be more indeed (forinstance, the poor and hungry in other cities/overseas). Discuss what some ofthe normative theories explained in class (e.g. Utilitarianism, Kantian ethics,virtue ethics) would have to say about this issue. Give some reasons why thesetheories are adequate/inadequate.
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For the long question Essay:
•This is an essay question. My expectationis that that you write a short introduction and conclusion, as well as ~3 bodyparagraphs. Each of the body paragraphs should be close to what you would writefor one of your weekly writing exercises, but in the case of this longer essay,the paragraphs should fit together to argue for some bigger point•For example: if the question was aboutwhy Utilitarianism is a good approach, you might start with a paragraph onClassical Utilitarianism, then have a paragraph on objections (such as notaccounting for justice considerations), and then have a paragraph on why RuleUtilitarianism/Multiple-Strategy Utilitarian might solve some/all of theseproblems•Spending at least one paragraph oncounterarguments (so arguments that you are against your final conclusion)demonstrates that you considered alternate points of view (so in the aboveexample)
•General points: it is going to be closeto stuff that is in the book. You can use arguments/information you find there.It just needs to be clear to me you understand what Rachels is saying about theethical theory/argument/observation. If you want to make your ownargument/observation or even argue for your own ethical theory, feel free, justmake sure you write good argumentsBook Link: https://vulms.vu.edu.pk/Courses/ETH202/Downloads/The%20Elements%20of%20Moral%20Philosophy.pdf

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