Imagine a runaway trolley hurtling down the tracks toward a handful of people. If it continues on its course, it will kill the group of innocent bystanders. You’re given two options: throw a switch and kill only one person, or sacrifice your own life and leap in front of the trolley. What would you do? Psychology Professor William Swann examines the moral dilemma known as the “Trolley Problem.”
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