1. WHERE DO FEELINGS ENTER THE PICTURE IF MORAL REASONING IS LARGELY ABOUT PROVIDING GOOD REASONS FOR MORAL CLAIMS? CAN YOU (IS IT POSSIBLE) PRESENT A GOOD ARGUMENT THAT YOU FEEL STRONGLY ABOUT? IF SO, PROVIDE AN EXAMPLE OF SUCH AN ARGUMENT? 2. Suppose your friend puts forth several arguments in an effort to convince you that all abortions are morally wrong. You already have strong views to the contrary, and you know she is a member of an anti-abortion group that advocates violence. In light of these facts, should you dismiss her arguments out of hand? Why or why not? What would constitute a good reason for rejecting her arguments?