: Answer the following in the form of essay. Minimum of 700 words….

: Answer the following in the form of essay. Minimum of 700 words. 1. Why is there a need for ethical discussions if philosophers of ethics admit, especially Socrates, that there is no absolute authority in moral principles or as from Martin Luther King Jr.: “Morality cannot be legislated”? 2. Why is utilitarianism not a majoritarian rule as defended by J. S. Mill? Relate it to the utilitarian principle: “The greatest happiness of the greatest number of people”. 3. Differentiate categorical from hypothetical imperative. Relate the two from the quote: “The road to hell is paved with good intentions” and Kant’s idea of Good Will. 4. Aristotle believes in formal relativism, that is, the mean of one person is different from another; how does his idea of telos or entelechy prevent somebody to think that “You can be whoever you wanted to be”, a rugged notion of individualism that is prevalent today?

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