>>25036153 With the actual trolley problem, the obvious and most common answer is to pull the switch to the train kills one person. But would non-action (completely cracking under pressure) be considered not moral?
>>25036284 Hard to say, I mean I personally think that it would be a pretty lame choice, between one person and five people it's hardly even a choice, the only right thing to do is pull the switch.
The point is for it to be a moral dilemma that challenges how you view personal responsibility, if you pull the lever you are DIRECTLY responsible for the death of that one person, you killed them, there's no getting around it. If you do nothing five people die but you didn't cause their deaths and thus some people claim that this means they aren't responsible for those deaths. I think those people are fucking cowards who can't make hard choices and just don't want to feel responsible for anything.
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