We've collected 14 hypothetical situations that were used in research
on “cognitive conflict and control in moral judgment”
by Princeton researchers Joshua D. Greene *02, Leigh E. Nystrom,
Andrew D. Engell, John M. Darley, and Jonathan D. Cohen. You may
recognize some of these examples as dilemmas posed by contemporary
moral philosophers at Princeton and elsewhere. We're interested
in the views of PAW readers. PAW ONLINE will report the results
after they’re tallied.