Willing to kill vs willing to die?
Philosophical questions with which I've wrestled for years and posed to different audiences. I'm interested in hearing from this group.
Imagine a pile of coins, each representing a hypothetical scenario, situation, person, concern, value, etc.
You go through the pile, placing them in stacks on the table. Anything that doesn't get fit one of these stacks gets put in a bag on the side (hopefully, that bag's pretty full at the end of the exercise):
1. I'd be willing either to die or to kill another human over this
2. I'd be willing to kill another human but not to die for this
3. I'd be willing to die but not to kill another human for this
Anything that doesn't
Is stack 2 bigger than stack 3, or vice versa?
What are examples from each stack?