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Applied to one alternative, then the other, neither norm yields a decisive answer, one way or the other. " Neither alternative may be preferable to the other. Both may be equally good or equally bad. When carefully assessed, they may come out even. This can be seen from Sartre's own analysis. Why, on the one hand, does he stress that "every act that he did for his mother's sake was a sure thing," whereas "every effort he made toward going off and fighting was an uncertain move which might run aground and prove completely useless"?
4 To this explanation Lincoln's companion might have replied: "But tell me, Abe, why did the sow's suffering cause you more distress than it did the rest of us? Why did you get any satisfaction from helping her? Why didn't you find pleasure and peace of mind by clubbing her over the head and chopping her piglets in pieces? " The answer, of course, would be that Lincoln was concerned for the pigs, and not just for Abraham Lincoln. To call his action basically selfish was to get things turned around.
One or the other. Let us look back now and take stock. To the three questions concerning our sample episode we have reached the following answers: (1) Most of the 38 probably did consider helping Kitty; (2) their thoughts were probably reasoning; (3) but it is difficult to judge how many reasoned morally, how many merely prudentially. The full difficulty of an estimate concerning the frequency of moral reasoning appears when we consider that this is but a single case, and not particularly typical.