Sartre / Leopold summary questions

For the required quotes, use the original assigned Leopold reading, not the editor’s introduction in our course text, the course videos/notes, or any other source. The original Leopold reading starts on the page of Chapter 24 that reads “When god-like Odysseus…” The questions do not require a direct quote from Sartre, but his reading can be found in Chapter 15 of the course text.
How does Sartre use the story of a young man’s decision to question the usefulness of traditional ethical theories, such as Kant’s ethics and utilitarianism? Do you agree with his criticism? Why or why not?
Leopold affirms the integrity of the ecological community as a foundational ethical standard. Describe how this approach differs from cultural relativism, utilitarianism, Noddings’ care ethics, Regan’s animal rights view, or Nietzsche’s aristocratic ethics (choose one of these prior theories to use for the question). Select a debated environmental issue from the news and compare and contrast how Leopold and the prior theory you chose would approach it. Even if the two views would reach a similar practical conclusion, they may have different reasons for supporting it, so discuss this as relevant. Give and explain one direct quote from the Leopold reading as part of your answer, using quotation marks and the in-text citation (Leopold, 1949/2010, p. ____).
Thinking back over the course, what would you embrace as your preferred ethical theory? To answer, fill in the blanks in the following sentence: “An action is right if it _____, and wrong if it ____.” You could endorse one of the theories we have covered, create your own personal theory, or maybe combine several theories in the way you see best. In addition to stating your theory, give some reasons why it is a reasonable approach to ethics.