How would a person representing ethical egoism advise Kevin in deciding on the right thing to do in the scenario below

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1. How would a person representing ethical egoism advise Kevin in deciding on the right thing to do in the scenario below? Why would they advise as they do? 2. Next, indicate clearly what you think are the strengths and weaknesses in the ethical egoist's advice to Kevin. Back up your position using our class readings. Do not use non-class provided sources to support your arguments! 3. Finally , what would you do in this case and why if you found yourself in the position of Kevin. Why? Is it morally wrong of Tom to ask Kevin not to call for help? Why or why not? Can you, again from an egoistic perspective, support the opposite decision in terms of what you would do if you were Kevin? In other words, build an egoistic case to support Kevin calling for help, and then one for NOT calling for help? Be sure to support your perspectives with our class readings. Also, please remember to follow step by step the “ABCD’s of Ethical Decision-Making: A Brief Guide” (See Sakai, Weekly Sessions, Week 1 – READINGS: ABCD’s of Ethical Decision-Making; A Brief Guide.) and support your perspective with our class readings.

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