Read the seminar, "A Comprehensive Moral Autonomy." This seminar provides information necessary to understand and complete the final assignment of the semester, "What Do I Know Now? - Objective Essay 15." After reading the Seminar, "A Comprehensive Moral Autonomy," write a one-page Objective Essay 15 given the following scenario: Hurricane Harvey has just blown through, flooding your town. Water is in your house, one foot deep. You and your spouse take a boat and float through your house saving everything above that one-foot level. That very night your whole house is flooded to the ceiling. Everything you leave inside is washed away and only the things that you saved with the boat remain. Your flood insurance adjustor will pay for anything lost in the flooded house and, as he sees it, you have a total loss. No one but you and your spouse know that you saved many items and put them in a safe, hidden place. Do you list the safe items for the adjustor, knowing that no one but you and your spouse know of their existence, and take the extra insurance money? Or do you list only those things that were actually lost in the flood, a much smaller amount? 1. First, write how you immediately feel and what decision you would probably come to without giving it much extra thought. Now, in your mind, set this aside. Instead: 2. Using the file, "Intro to Ethics - Comprehensive Moral Autonomy Download Intro to Ethics - Comprehensive Moral Autonomy," write out the twelve questions and answer them (in this box) according to all that we have learned in our study of ethics this semester. 3. Once you have answered all twelve questions from the form, what choice do your answers lead you to make? 4. Describe what you think and how you feel about the choice that the questions and answers lead you to make. Is it the same answer that you came into in question 1? If it is the same, did you allow your own prior decision to influence how you answered the twelve questions? If it is not the same, what do you think caused it to be different? 5. Describe how these twelve questions either helped or hindered your final decision. See rubric for specific requirements.