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How to think about a drowning child

A discussion about the relative merits of utilitarianism, universalism, and the ethics of saving a drowning child

The philosopher Peter Singer asks the following question: if you walked past a pond and saw a child drowning, should you wade in and pull the child out, even if it ruins your clothes and makes you late to your first class?
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