What do you think of Anscombe’s criticism of Britain’s entry into World War II? Are her standards too stringent, or are they plausible requirements for a war to count as just? If they are plausible, is she correct that Britain did not meet all of them at the outbreak of the war? B. Is virtue ethics a more promising moral theory than the others we have looked at? Why, or why not? C. Respond to ethical dilemma #3 on pp. 163-164 of Vaughn. Defend your answer. Q3 (Answer One of Two questions only): A. Critically evaluate Plantinga’s argument against metaphysical naturalism as presented by Pojman on page 209. B. To what extent is Vaughn correct in his account of religion and (a) morality and (b) moral philosophy? Why?