Keywords:decision; moral; moral decision; morality; moral dilemmas
Every day we are put in the situation of making decisions, in all aspects of our lives. The
decision-making process can be quite complicated in certain situations. When it comes to making moral
decisions, we often think of the golden rule: do unto others as you would have them do unto you.
However, why we make such decisions has been widely debated. Are we motivated by feelings of guilt
because we don't want to feel bad for letting the other person down? Or by fairness, wanting to
avoid unfair results?
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