Discuss the following In 600 - 800 substantive (thoughtful, insightful) and well written words: The focus of this unit is Deontology, but that doesn't mean that we don't see competing schools of ethics within Bierce's short story "A Horseman in the Sky." Ethics is about dilemmas and choices, often at competition with one another for resolution. Situate this story within a few competing ethical theories. Also, aptly integrate at least two additional sources from the chapter into your submission. Stuff to consider: Duty (institutional, national, familial) Moral Sensibility Consequences (Consequentialism, Utilitariansim) Individual consequences Institutional consequences Categorical Imperatives Competing Interests Obligations Alternatively, with a primary focus on deontology, compare and contrast "Billy Budd" with "A Horseman in the Sky." Remember to aptly integrate at least two other sources from chapters 2 and/or 5.