Please address the question in the manner of an essay. Your paper should be approximately three pages long (1,000 words) and include relevant citations.

Suppose that a man is drowning in a river, and Aristotle, Kant and Mill are on the shore debating with each other about the right thing to do in this situation. Each of these philosophers represents differing ethical views (i.e. virtue ethics, deontology, and utilitarianism). State what you think each of these theorists would argue is the best reason for action in this situation. Which of these philosopher’s arguments would motivate you to act and save the drowning man?

In preparing your paper, refer to the MLA Handbook for “Writers of Research Papers” to prepare your assignments. All papers must be double-spaced, 12 point font, and Times New Roman.