Explain how your moral dilemma works in detail. What are the choice options?
*Full instructions will be uploaded* The trolley problem explores the limitations of utilitarian thinking. Specifically, utilitarianism is an inadequate moral theoryespecially for applied ethicsgiven that it misses key moral distinctions such as direct vs. indirect harm, killing vs. letting die, and moral reasoning vs. moral emotion. Construct your own unique moral dilemma that parallels the trolley problem. (Note: It cannot have trolleys.) Here are the specific aspects that you should have in your essay: Explain how your moral dilemma works in detail. What are the choice options? Why are they difficult to make? Apply utilitarianism to your moral dilemma. Discuss at least 2 distinctions that utilitarianism misses and why utilitarianism is inadequate in accounting for your moral dilemma. Apply at least one ethical theory other than utilitarianism to your dilemma to give a suggested answer about what we should do. Why does this theory give a more adequate answer? In other words, what does your theory say about the right thing to do and why? Finally, give your own unique answer about doing the right thing in your moral dilemma. Justify why it is the right answer and why it is a better answer than that given by each of the theories (utilitarianism and the other theory) that you have cited. Make sure to justify your answer. Make sure that you arent just taking someone elses theory here. You have to come up with your own. Make sure to include an introduction in which you include your main thesis as well as a conclusion in which you summarize your total discussion. (use up to 3 sources/references provided/listed)