In this second episode I am delighted to welcome my colleague Hallvard Lillehammer (hallvardlillehammer.com). We discuss trolley problems and what we can learn from them about the nature of our intuitions in ethics.
We discuss Judith Jarvis Thompson's paper, "Turning the Trolley", Philosophy and Public Affairs, Vol. 36, No. 4 (2008), pp. 359-74.
We also draw on Hallvard Lillehammer's paper "The Epistemology of Ethical Intuitions", Philosophy, Vol. 6, No. 336 (2011), pp. 175-200.
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