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Talking Philosophy. A lesson by Seth Dickens. www.digitalang.com info@digitalang.com. Meet Davide Age: 21 Height: 180cm Likes: Sports, Music, Swimming Health: Good. Pietro Age: 18 Likes: motorbikes. Luciana Age: 24 Likes: theatre. Rebecca Age: 12 Likes: dancing. Pietro Age: 18

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Talking philosophy

Talking Philosophy

A lesson by Seth Dickens.

www.digitalang.com

info@digitalang.com


Talking philosophy

Meet Davide

Age: 21

Height: 180cm

Likes: Sports, Music, Swimming

Health: Good


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Pietro

Age: 18

Likes: motorbikes

Luciana

Age: 24

Likes: theatre

Rebecca

Age: 12

Likes: dancing


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Pietro

Age: 18

Likes: motorbikes

Health: Cancer

Luciana

Age: 24

Likes: theatre

Health: Heart problem

Rebecca

Age: 12

Likes: dancing

Health: Blindness


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Dr. A. Baxter

Age: 57

Height: 180cm

Likes: Tennis, Classical Music


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Davidehas something

Pietro, Luciana and Rebecca need.


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Davidehas something

Pietro, Luciana and Rebecca need.


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Dr. A. Baxter can save the lives of Pietro, Luciana and Rebecca.


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Davide can save the lives of Pietro, Luciana and Rebecca.


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Davide can save the lives of Pietro, Luciana and Rebecca.

But he must die.


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Is it okay to kill Davide painlessly if his organs will save the lives of all the others.



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But something goes wrong! out in a park.

A terrorist takes you and the students hostage.






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But you the students.must kill one of them


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Oh. And by the way. the students.


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He has a bomb. the students.



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  • Talking Philosophy don’t kill one of them.

  • Should you kill one person to save the other students?

  • If in this story you should kill one to save three, why not in the previous, medical story?


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You don’t kill one of them. work in a railwayjunction box. It’s a nicequiet job


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Today don’t kill one of them.there are menworking on the rails


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Suddenly don’t kill one of them.youhear a voice from the radio.



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T don’t kill one of them.here has been a fire and the train driver has left the engine room!


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They can not stop the train! don’t kill one of them.


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You only have a few seconds to decide! don’t kill one of them.


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  • Will don’t kill one of them.you turn the trainto the left and killone man?

  • Or leaveit on the right and killthree?


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  • Talking Philosophy don’t kill one of them.

  • Would you turn the train or leave it on the same track?

  • If you turn the train, shouldn’t you kill the hostage and kill Davide?

  • Isn’t “The right thing to do” the same in every situation?


Immanuel kant
Immanuel Kant don’t kill one of them.

"Act only according to that maxim whereby you can at the same time will that it should become a universal law.“

You should always do “the right thing to do” in every single situation. It should always be the same.


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http://www.flickr.com/photos/sheilatostes/2431033659/ don’t kill one of them.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/earthandeden/379281448/

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http://www.flickr.com/search/?l=4&q=sad+teenager&m=text

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http://www.flickr.com/photos/soldiersmediacenter/1148977208/ don’t kill one of them.

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http://www.flickr.com/photos/aaronvandike/2259658428/

http://www.flickr.com/photos/daveaustria/2838672684/

http://www.flickr.com/photos/abaporu/695962989/


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http://www.flickr.com/photos/lifeontheedge/416514144/ don’t kill one of them.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/loose_grip_99/2580662071/

http://www.flickr.com/photos/lunadirimmel/2886049368/

http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Immanuel_Kant_(painted_portrait).jpg

This lesson was Inspired by the BBC article “Four philosophical questions to make your brain hurt.”

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/magazine/7739493.stm