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In this problem you are standing near a train track. A train is hurdling down the tracks. In the trains path is five people tied up. They cannot move. There is a lever near you. You can divert the train onto another track, but on that track is one person who is unaware of the situation. The one person is too far away to hear you. You cannot hold the lever in a way that will cause the train to derail (hold the lever in the middle). Which option do you choose? Allow the train to kill the five? Or divert the train to kill the one person and save the five? Also, in your response do tell me if you feel as if you are morally obligated to do anything in this situation.