In the “Myth of Gyges,” Glaucon argues that no one is just for justice sake. Discuss in detail…

Instructions: Please answer all of the following questions. Send your exams via email—NOT Canvas—as a word of pdf file. (1) In the “Myth of Gyges,” Glaucon argues that no one is just for justice sake. Discuss in detail the argument he uses to establish this claim. (2) Natural law theorists have developed two principles that are crucial in making moral judgments: the principle of forfeiture and the principle of double effect. Discuss both of these principles in detail. (3) Discuss in detail the Euthyphro dilemma. Why is this a problem for the divine command theorist?

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