I remember this one moral dilemma. I can't remember where I got it from, but here it is.
A train is coming towards you. You know how you can change the direction of a train by turning some sort of lever? Well you're right next to one. On one track is 50 people, all random people of all ages that you haven't seen before. On the other track is 10 loved ones, all of whom you have a deep emotional relationship with. Which track do you send the train to?
Should you kill a child who got bit by a zombie
*does this have to be real life.
lol just in case it does, should you kill a child with a terrible contagious virus/disease...
For children isn't there one about eating a marshmallow and not lying or whatever? Someone will know what I mean
assuming you come into a large sum of money which you will only use to help people is it better to use all the money now to help people or to invest it which has risk but a positive expectation in the hopes that you can help more people later.