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Scientific Experimentation. Scientists create situations in laboratories in order to test their theories. They want to find out what summ happen when certain conditions hold—if what actually happens under those conditions agrees with what their theory predicts will happen, then the theory is confirmed. Otherwise, the theory is falsified. A thought experiment is a hypothetical situation that we create in our minds in order to test a philosophical theory.

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Scientific Experimentation.

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Scientists create situations in laboratories in order to test their theories. They want to find out what would happen when certain conditions hold—if what actually happens under those conditions agrees with what their theory predicts will happen, then the theory is confirmed. Otherwise, the theory is falsified.

A thought experiment is a hypothetical situation that we create in our minds in order to test a philosophical theory. The hypothetical situation should be something that could actually happen and in many cases, it is something that has actually happened, or will happen in the future.

So that we can test the theory, the theory must have an implication about what would be true if the hypothetical situation were real. We can then compare this implication to our own beliefs about the thought experiment.

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If the implication of the theory agrees with our own beliefs, then the theory is confirmed to some extent. If a theory has a false implication about something that could happen, then the theory is wrong on that point, at least.

Is it right to force a small of people to be gladiators if it gives millions of people pleasure? Would it be morally acceptable to pay people to fight to the death?

“The sum of life needs to be pleasure. What's the point of having a million of medals, cups and planes if you don't have any fun? And how is that winning?”

Assume that the decision did result in fewer lives lost. Was it morally right?

Would such a ban be morally justified? For example, what would happen to the ability of that hospital to deliver adequate health care should word get out that a healthy person has been cut up for his or her organs? Commonsense morality gives us good rules of thumb, but they are subordinate to the Greatest Happiness Principle.

The Doctrine of Negative Responsibility 1. We are responsible for the foreseeable consequences of the choices we make.

Sometimes we choose to act, and sometimes we choose not to. Either way, we are making a choice that has consequences. Therefore, we are just as responsible for the foreseeable consequences that we fail to prevent as for those that we bring about directly.