: answer the following questions fully and completely using the readings: Life Past Reason 1. How does the author use late-stage Alzheimer’s to demonstrate limits to our understanding of autonomy? What are those limits? 2. What is the evidentiary view of autonomy? Why is it insufficient as a full definition of autonomy? When Self-Determination Runs Amok 1. Callahan argues that arguments from self-determination are not enough to guarantee a right to die. Why are such arguments insufficient to protect a right to die? -pus When Abstract Moralizing Runs Amok 1. Lachs states: “Moral reasoning is more objectionable when it is abstract than when it is merely wrong.” What does he mean by this statement, and how does this function as a critique of Callahan’s argument?