Ethical Dilemma

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Ethical Dilemma

A difficulty in which one is presented with two equally good (or equally bad) options and the correct decision is not immediately apparent. For example, the manager of a company may be put in a position in which she must choose between the interests of her employees and her investors.
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When people were asked to make a decision between actions considering all aspects of the moral dilemma, a different brain area seemed to step in.
Youve probably seen those intriguing trailers already, so like all of John Simm's other dramas, this three-part series will be A) good, B) he'll play a decent bloke haunted by a moral dilemma.
This article explores using films to spark moral dilemma discussions and thereby promote critical thinking and character education for global citizenship in elementary classrooms.
The final experiment included both a moral dilemma and a measure of selfishnessnes.
One can only hope that contemporaries working on moral dilemma theory will take note.
He came upon a disastrous scene and a moral dilemma - three climbers tangled up in ropes and running out of time in the death zone.
About a week ago I had a bit of a moral dilemma to deal with, both internally and externally.
As Dougherty explains, a moral dilemma is "any situation in which an agent cannot fulfill all genuine impending moral obligations.
As regards the definition of moral dilemma that I shall adopt here, I rely on the summary of the phenomenon in question provided by Ragnar Ohlsson:
This was enough for Ivanov, without any control and moral dilemma on whether it suits a father of a country to rely on journalist texts and Greek provocations when building political standpoints, to burst out and accuse.
Do not continue to give men the opportunity to target and judge a moral dilemma that only women face.
00pm A complicated moral dilemma lies at the heart of the latest episode.