Exam

Your instructor will assign to you three questions based on the study guide you prepared in advance. Each question must be answered with 250-300 words. Make sure to write as clearly and specifically as possible. Use your own words. 1. (Mandatory) Assess the strengths and weaknesses of Divine Command Theory. Give a strong, well-supported argument in favor of (or opposed to) DCT for ethical decision-making. 2. (Mandatory) Explain the ethical theory of Thomas Hobbes, David Hume, or Immanuel Kant, primarily concerning morality and justice. Include contextual/background factors that shaped the theory. Also, tell why you agree or disagree with it, providing a present-day illustration to support your position. 3.Compare and contrast existential philosopher-ethicists Soren Kierkegaard and Friedrich Nietzsche, discussing both areas of agreement and disagreement. Include in your analysis their backgrounds/contexts and worldviews, and the subsequent impact of their thought on ethical thinking and moral practice.