Please answer the following questions in 2-3 sentences each (unless otherwise noted). Please try your best to keep your responses within this 2-3 sentence guideline. Also,please copy and paste the questions into your submitted document so that I knowing each case which question you are responding to. Each question is worth up to one point. (10 points total) From “Global Villages” by Anthony Kwame Appian, starting on page 128 in HW. 1. What argument does John Stuart Mill give regarding the value of diversity in his work -On Liberty”? 2. As a follow -up to question #1, how does the author use the same consideration raised by Mill to argue against the ‘enforcement’ of diversity? 3. What does the author say in regards to the distinction between preserving “culture”versus preserving -cultures”? 4. What do some people see as the problem with “Cultural Imperialism”? 5. As a follow-up to question #4, why does the author believe that the concerns with “Cultural Imperialism”are exaggerated? 6. What does the author think can be an advantage of -cultural contamination”? From “Values in Tension: Ethics Away From Home”by Thomas Donaldson, starting on page 134 in HW. 7. What is the view that the author is referring to as “Cultural Relativism”? What are some of the implications of this view? Instructor’s Note: While I find this piece by Donaldson to be quite good overall, he is using the term ‘Cultural Relativism” in a different way than most ethicists and philosophers use that term today. What the author refers to as -Cultural Relativism” is probably better thought of as -Moral Relativism” or — perhaps even better — -Moral Conventionalism.” These distinctions — and the different ways of understanding “Cultural Relativism” — are tricky subjects. If you are interested in further examination you might want to start with the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy at https:/twww.iep.utm.edu/moral-re/ (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.. For now, my suggestion is simply to think “Conventional ism” where Donaldson says “Cultural Relativism” — but of course that’s up to you! =) 8. What is the view that the author refers to as Ethical Imperialism? What “theory” lies behind Ethical Imperialism and what are its three “problematic principles”?9. What are the “three guiding principles” that the author thinks should be used to balance the extremes of relativism and absolutism? 10. What are the three “core values” that the author discusses?