This is a very interesting Harvard research test to see how you make moral choices. The scenarios are all pretty similar – if a train was screeching out of control with five passengers and the only way to stop it was to throw a heavy object in front of it, and the only heavy object is the heavy man standing next to you, would you throw the man in front of the train, killing the man but saving the five passengers? Take the test and realize how tricky – and inconsistent – you may be in moral choices.
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