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Explain where morality comes from according to Divine Command Theory - how do people learn about what is right and what is wrong under this theory? Present the Divine Perfection Argument as an objection against Divine Command Theory.
2. In distinguishing between higher and lower pleasures, Mill discusses the relationship between Socrates and a fool/pig. What does Mill say about this relationship and how does it describe the difference between higher and lower pleasures?
3. How does the application of the first formulation of the categorical imperative lead to a contradiction when one considers suicide? You'll need to explain what the 1st formulation is and you'll need to explain the role nature has in Kant's argument.