What does Aristotle mean by calling virtue a “mean between extremes?” Explain what this idea means, and provide at least one example of how it would apply to a concrete moral situation.

Provide answers to five of the essay questions below.
First, answer all of the following four questions:
– 1. What does Aristotle mean by calling virtue a “mean between extremes?” Explain what this idea means, and provide at least one example of how it would apply to a concrete moral situation.
– 2. What is Kant’s Categorical Imperative? Explain what this idea means, and provide at least one example of how it would apply to a concrete moral situation.
– 3. What is the Principle of Utility? Explain what this idea means, and provide at least one example of how it would apply to a concrete moral situation.
– 4. What is cultural relativism in ethics? Explain this idea, and its major drawbacks.Then, answer one of the following two questions:
– 5. Of the three main philosophical ideas of ethics examined in this section (Aristotelian virtue theory, Kant’s Categorical Imperative, or Mill’s Utilitarianism), which do you think best expresses the nature of morality? And why do you think so?
– 6. Is it necessary to be religious in order to be moral? If so, why? and is it further necessary to be a member of any particular religion in order to be moral? If not, why not? and what role should religion play in morality if it’s not necessary for it?
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