The Trolley Problem
the popular meme explained

Bibliography

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Online Resources

  1. Author Unknown. Should You Kill the Fat Man? Philosophy Experiments.
  2. Cloud, J. (2011). 'Trolley Problem': Virtual-Reality Test for Moral Dilemma. – TIME.com.
  3. Feldman, B. (2016). The Trolley Problem Is the Internet's Most Philosophical Meme. New York Media.
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  5. Khazan, O. (2014). Is One of the Most Popular Psychology Experiments Worthless?. The Atlantic.
  6. Pegoda, A.J. (2017). The 'Trolley Problem' is Fundamentally Flawed. AndrewPegoda.com.
  7. Raicu, I. (2016). Modern variations on the 'Trolley Problem' meme. Vox Media.
  8. Rennix, B. & Robinson, N.J. (2017). The Trolley Problem Will Tell You Nothing Useful About Morality. Current Affairs.
  9. Singer, P. (2005). Ethics and Intuitions The Journal of Ethics. - PDF available here.
  10. Thomson, J.J. (1985). The trolley problem. Published in The Yale Law Journal, Number 94, pp. 1395–1415. - PDF available here.
  11. Zhang, L. (2016). Behind the Absurd Popularity of Trolley Problem Memes. TheHuffingtonPost.com.