moral dilemmas.

Galliano and Hitler

By Murray Dobbin | March 2, 2011| 

http://rabble.ca/blogs/bloggers/murray-dobbin/2011/03/galliano-and-hitler

Jeanne Beker Interview Part 1

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sUPcV2LvaZs

Jeanne Beker Interview Part 2

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ATmzmZofb4w&feature=related

WHAT WOULD YOU DO???……..YOU ARE IN THE FASHION WORLD –THIS IS HOW YOU PAY YOUR RENT….THIS IS HOW YOU PAY FOR YOUR DAUGHTER’S EDUCATION….THIS IS HOW YOU PUT FOOD ON YOUR TABLE…….

BUT YOU ARE JEWISH.

Steven and Chris: Jeanne Beker

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z7Iduv8Sybo

Interview with Jeanne Beker!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7-2pHkbSPYs

FT: Betsey Johnson Talks Retirement

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cGO1pmiV2HU

http://www.blurtit.com/q499914.html

The exact meaning of a dilemma is a situation in which you have to choose between two equally unpleasant alternatives. There is an old saying “to be on the horns of a dilemma” which suggests how painful this position can be. A moral dilemma is even worse, because whichever option you choose, someone or something will suffer. In a moral dilemma, you have to decide on the morally correct course of action, not just the one you would prefer.

Two well-known examples of moral dilemmas are:

-you can rescue (from a fire, say) either an ancient, priceless object or a diseased, drunken and morally repulsive human being
-a doctor can only operate on one patient – he has to choose between a kind, obscure family man and a gifted artist who is also a horrible human being.

Or a more everyday moral dilemma might be: you have a mentally disturbed relative (could even be your own child.) This person makes life hell for your family and your (other) children are suffering. On the other hand, the relative is happier with you than s/he would be elsewhere. Should you continue to care for this person or place them in an institution?

This kind of painful decision, where every solution involves some kind of loss, is a moral dilemma.

~Vaq

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