In Ethics of Ambiguity, Beauvoir argues that it is ‘one and the same decision’ to will oneself moral and to will oneself free. Explain Beauvoir’s argument and, in doing so, make sure to explain what it means to will oneself, what it means to will oneself free, and the role that ambiguity plays in these forms of willing. After explaining Beauvoir’s argument, raise the strongest objection that you can think of to her argument and explain how she might best reply to this objection?