I'm loving my philosphy classes, and I am kinda curious how some of you view some of the harder questions. I'm gonna make a poll to see how yall would answer this famous moral delimma You are a botanist working in South America. Pedro has captured 20 Indians who were protesting against his evil regime. Pedro captures you and figures out that you are a harmless botanist. He gives you the honored ritual of getting to shoot one of the 20 indians he is going to execute. If you do this, you can wish to have the other 19 freed. If you say, no, I won't murder, its wrong, then all 20 indians die. The row of indians are begging you to pick one to kill. What is morally right? This all boils down to the debate between the consequentialst and deontilogical approach to morals. Mill would say to kill the indian. Kant would say to refuse to kill the indian.