Length: ~2000 words (excluding list of works cited)Include a list of works cited. Any style will do (e.g. MLA, Chicago, APA, other APA, etc.), aslong as you’re using one. Citations should enable the reader to trace a claim or quote back toits exact location in the text, or at least as close as possible. That means page numbers.For this assignment, your goal is to think through and give a detailed critical analysis of an ethicalproblem raised in this course. To do so, you will have to(1) Select and present the problem, explaining why it matters and why we should care about it(2) Compare and contrast at least two competing views of the problema. Identify each author’s main claimb. Identify and explain the arguments they use to support that claim (what are theirreasons?)c. Present one or more objections to their supporting arguments (remember: object tothe premises, not just the conclusions) and explain how this potential objection wouldundermine the author’s main claim.d. Consider the author’s possible avenues of response to your objection.(3) Take a stance and explain which position you think is best, and why—or, if neither, why not(if you can think of a better alternative, present it).This is a limited research paper. You must cite a minimum of four articles on the syllabus, or three and one external source. You may cite as many articles on the syllabus as you like, but you may only cite a maximum of two external sources. Do not ask Google. Do not consult Wikipedia. I careabout how you understand the reading and what you think, not what the internet has to say.Use the library to find appropriate external philosophical sources. I suggest using journals likeEnvironmental Ethics, Environmental Values, Ethics and the Environment, Ethics, Place andEnvironment, Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics, Philosophical Studies, and the Journal ofPhilosophy.