(1) John Rawls suggests that individuals in the original position should choose principles of justice under a "veil of ignorance." What is this "veil of ignorance?" And why does Rawls introduce the concept in his A Theory of Justice (1971)? (4-6 sentences) (2) Apply the following moral theories to the scenario below: Kantian moral theory, consequentialism, and virtue ethics. Try to be detailed, but to-the-point in answering the question. Make sure to use the terminology associated with the different moral theories! (12-16 sentences) Bob is an intellectually disabled twenty year old. He loves to help others, which makes him happier than anything else in the world. Bob simply loves to help people. Rachel, who lives down the street from Bob, is very intelligent. She has made it her life goal to do as little as possible, while maximizing her own enjoyment. Therefore, Rachel calls upon Bob to do all sorts of chores for her to make her life more pleasant. That being said, Rachel does not particularly enjoy the company of the slightly slow Bob and she tries to limit their interactions to a minimum. Just yesterday, for example, Rachel got Bob to wash her car for her while she rewatched her favorite 90 Day Fiancé episodes. What do you think about this situation?