Each question needs to have a minimum of 15 sentences.1. Kant claims that a good will (defined loosely as the

Each question needs to have a minimum of 15 sentences.1. Kant claims that a good will (defined loosely as the intention to do good) is good in itself (i.e., it has intrinsic worth), and even if our will fails to bring about the desired goal, the will itself is still valuable so long as it is good. Think of examples to support this claim.2. Of the two ethical theories studies this week (Kantian Ethics and Virtue Ethics), which makes more sense to you and why? Explain in detail in 15 sentences or more.