In the Week Three Discussion youselected a current business

In the Week Three Discussion, youselected a current business problem from the following case categories:·Banking·Fuel and the Environment·GMOs·Factory Farming·Pharmaceuticals·Gender DiscriminationIn this written assignment, youwill present your work on the case analysis using selected components of anargumentative essay as described in Sections 9.1 and 9.2 of With GoodReason: A Guide to Critical Thinking (Hardy, Foster, & Zúñiga yPostigo, 2015). This written assignment will include a revised and polishedversion of your discussion work, the presentation and support of two premises,and an analysis of how your chosen ethical theory offers the best moralsolution to the business problem in your case analysis.Using the components of theargumentative essay located in Sections 9.1 and 9.2 of With Good Reason: AGuide to Critical Thinking (Hardy, Foster, & Zúñiga y Postigo (2015),your assignment should include the following:An introduction. This is the “Problem” portion of the essay that is covered in Section9.1: The Argumentative Essay (Hardy, Foster, & Zúñiga y Postigo, 2015).This should be an improved version of the introduction in your initial post,revised on the basis of your professor’s feedback and additional research. Inthis introduction you will need to (a) identify the specific issue or problemthat you want to address and give an impartial presentation of the controversy,(b) articulate briefly the characteristics of the economic system that servesas the setting for the business, and (c) examine the laws that affect theoperations of the business. The introduction should be one paragraph of around200 words in length.A thesis. Start anew paragraph with a precise and clear sentence in which you state your moralposition with regard to the case that you presented in your first paragraph.This is known as stating your thesis. (See the “Thesis” passage in “TheArgumentative Essay” in Hardy, Foster, & Zúñiga y Postigo, 2015). Thethesis you state here should be an improved version of the thesis in yourinitial post in the discussion, revised on the basis of your professor’sfeedback and your reading of “The Argumentative Essay” indicated above.A thesis is only one sentence, sodo not write a series of sentences, or a complex sentence with explanatoryclauses (e.g., “because…” or “since…” or “according to Dr. Mary Expert, aneconomist with the Bureau of Labor statistics…”, or “a law that was ratifiedwith 80% votes in favor…”). An example of a precise and clear thesis is this:“Factory farms are not morally justifiable” or, of course, the opposite pointof view: “Factory farms are morally justifiable.” Keep in mind that your thesisin this assignment will be the basis for the argumentative essay of the WeekFive written assignment, so take your time when formulating this thesis.Ethical theory. In the same second paragraph as the thesis statement, identify theethical theory that supports your moral position. You may choose fromutilitarianism, duty ethics, or virtue ethics. Present the characteristics ofthe ethical theory in a broad sketch, and include citations and references inAPA form. Then, apply your chosen ethical theory by explaining how it lendsitself to the moral position that you are defending.Two premises. Present at least two reasons in support of your thesis and these shouldbe presented in the form of a claim. These are called premises. Articulate eachpremise in one clear and grammatically correct sentence. Review Section 9.1 of WithGood Reason: A Guide to Critical Thinking (Foster, Hardy, and Zúñiga yPostigo, 2015). Start a new paragraph for each.In the rest of the paragraph,support your premise by presenting an analysis of how the ethical theory lendsitself to the best solution. This analysis includes articulating thecharacteristics(s) of the economic system at work that support the claims in yourpremises. It also includes examining the effects of the law(s) at work thatalso support the claims in your premises.Comparative analysis. In the final paragraph, analyze how this application lends itself to asolution that is superior to that offered by one of the ethical theories thatyou did not select. To do this, provide a clear statement describing the moralsolution offered by this other theory. For example, if you chose utilitarianismto apply to your case, then you can choose from either virtue ethics ordeontology for your comparative analysis. Explain in no more than threesentences what moral solution would result from the application of this otherethical theory. See the “Sample Case Analysis” for an illustration of how this would look like. Finally, analyze thestrengths of the moral solution presented by your chosen ethical theory in waysthat demonstrate how it is superior to the moral solution offered by the otherethical theory.Once you receive your assignmentback from your professor, start working on revisions based on your professor’sfeedback. This is the first step in preparing yourFinal Project and the details are presented on the Final Project’s prompt. Youwill benefit from starting your Final Project as soon as you receive yourassignment back from your professor.Requirements for Your Assignment:·Your assignment should be 1000words in length, excluding the title page and reference page(s).·Your examination should be boththorough and succinct. This is a combination that demands time and thought, sogive yourself sufficient time to draft and revise.·Your assignment should includecitations, as well as a list of references. Both must be in APA form.·You should draw from the sourcesprovided in your chosen case category in the discussion this week.·Also refer to Section 9.1: TheArgumentative Essay and the introduction to Section 9.2: Strengthening theArgumentative Essay (intro only for the latter) from Hardy, J., Foster, C.,& Zúñiga y Postigo, G. (2015).