24, March 2013 Moral Dilema Determination inspired many of the suffering persevere in their rescue efforts which eventually paid off
when they escaped. Each person must make difficult judgment in the course of everyday life. Decisions that seem trivia at the time, sometimes the choice is better to meet the expectations of others or to meet the expectation of the conscience like in “alive”,“Thirty eight who so murder didn’t call the police”and “shooting an elephant”.
"Alive," a true account of astonishing survival. In 1972, a plane carrying a rugby team from Uruguay crashed in the Andes mountains. Of 45 passengers, only 16 survived the 70 days on the mountain. For ten excruciating weeks
they suffered deprivations beyond imagination. one of the most astonishing true adventures of the twentieth century. Al of the survivors suffered from severe cold, lack of food, and some had injuries,or infections. The test was severe, and yet, this young man could say that it was his greatest experience. sheer stubbornness and determination that got him over those mountains to get help for the rest. we learn the moral dilema of alive people have to eat other people to stay alive. “Thirty eight who so murder didn’t call the police” moral dilema are 38 witness a killer and harmless woman which are the character in the story and no one said or did anything to help her . Kitty Genovese died. Finally, at 3:50 A.M., the police received a phone call from a neighbor of Genovese's . In two minutes they were on the scene
Gomez 2 In “shooting an elephant by George Orwell, the author recounts an event from his life when he was about twenty years old many years later, the episode seems to still haunt him., the story takes place at some time during five...
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