Health of many versus the Rights of a few: An Analysis of the Epidemics Diseases Act, 1897

Would you kill one person to save five? This age-old dilemma which is known as the “trolley problem” highlights a critical tension between the two schools of moral thought. The utilitarian perspective, on the one hand, dictates that the most … Continue reading Health of many versus the Rights of a few: An Analysis of the Epidemics Diseases Act, 1897