Directions: The following is a take-home exam. You are welcome to use any resources available to you, but be sure to include proper citations. Answers should be in typewritten essay format. Each essay answer will be 2 double-spaced pages each. You will submit a total of 4 answers to the writing prompts below. This means that your midterm exam should be at least 8 pages long. These 8 pages does not include the additional citation page.All midterm papers will be checked for proper paraphrasing, in text citations and a proper work cited page in Safe Assign. Plagiarism is not acceptable and any papers that do not properly quote, paraphrase or cite sources will receive a zero. “Recycling” papers from another student or using a paper written for another course is also not acceptable. These should be new papers written for this course.Due date & submission instructions: The exam should be submitted online via Blackboard by following the “Midterm Exam Submission” link under the “Assignments” tab. All documents must be in MS Word format. The exam is due by the end of the day on the date posted on the calendar.Part I: Introduction.Respond to 2 of the following 4 writing prompts (up to 6 points each).1. (a) Summarize Plato’s Allegory of the Cave.(b) What do you think the allegory means? Why?2. (a) Define and describe Philosophy. (b) Are you philosophical? Explain.3. (a) Define and describe Ethics. (b) Are you ethical? Explain4. (a) Who was Socrates? Explain. (b) Would Socrates admire your lifestyle? Why or why not?Part II: Ethical Theory.Respond to 2 of the following 4 writing prompts (up to 6 points each).5. (a) Define and describe moral skepticism. (b) Are you a moral skeptic? Why or why not?6. (a) Define and describe ethical relativism. (b) What do you think of the theory? Explain.7. (a) Define and describe divine command theory. (b) Do you find the theory plausible? Why or why not?8. (a)Define and describe ethical egoism. (b) Do you find the theory plausible? Why or why not?