The famous trolley problem is one that I suspect all IB Theory of Knowledge classes consider during the year.
Here are a variety of useful videos that address it. I particularly like the first one, which is really the first in a series of four from the PBS (they all automatically start when one ends), and the second from the BBC:
MIT’s “Moral Machine” Is Most Engaging Version Of “Trolley Problem” You Will Find
Here are a couple of lighthearted additions to that list:
A runaway trolley is about to kill philosophy professors who invent trolley problems. Will you divert it? pic.twitter.com/mlfi0mydlZ
— Peter Krantz (@peterkz_swe) August 14, 2016
TED-Ed has released a new lesson and video on the famous Trolley Problem:
Mercedes Programs Its Self-Driving Cars To Not Worry About Ethics: “Be Careful If You See One Coming”
A cartoon by Trevor Spaulding: https://t.co/MCje5qiDe1 pic.twitter.com/hgLJrtPGjG
— The New Yorker (@NewYorker) June 26, 2017
Video From “The Good Place” About The Trolley Problem
Does the Trolley Problem Have a Problem? is from Slate.
— 🚋 ɘʞɒɟƨiMʇOɘbɒM🚋 (@madeofmistak3) January 17, 2021
Absurd Trolley Problems is a fun site.
Trolley Problem offers various…trolley problems.