Heavy stuff, but I can’t find fault with it.

The boundary between loyalty (or allegiance) to people and loyalty (or allegiance) to a cause or a belief is truly fascinating, and it sometimes almost feels as if everything else is subordinate to it. I think we mostly try to pretend there’s no conflict, but when we’re forced to choose, we realize there is no right solution, no right way to reconcile things.

That, to me is the essence of moral thought experiments like the Trolley Problem.

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