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By Bill Gunston

ISBN-10: 0668058226

ISBN-13: 9780668058223

An Illustrated advisor to trendy Airborne Missiles ASIN: 0668058226 EAN: 9780668058223 Binding: Hardcover

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3 Shields of Threats One of the most persuasive parts of Otsuka’s argument for the impermissibility of killing innocent threats comes from his comparison of the following three trolley cases: (1) An innocent person is lying alongside the path of a runaway trolley. Unless Victim hurls at the trolley a bomb that will destroy the trolley but will also kill the innocent person, the trolley will kill him. (2) An innocent person is trapped inside the trolley. Unless Victim throws a bomb, destroying both the trolley and the innocent person, he will be killed.

But imagine that the second bridge is very old and rickety, and Victim is likely to incur some serious injury if he attempts to use it, or may fail to get across the ravine at all. In these cases, Pedestrian’s presence does matter: if Victim is not permitted to harm her, the number of valuable courses of defensive action avail to him is reduced, since crossing the bridge that she occupies is the least costly (and perhaps most effective) way of escaping Murderer. 21 21 Thanks to Nicola Kemp for pressing me on this point.

For example, Falling Person is materially non-innocent because she is on course to kill Victim. But she is morally innocent—and we call her an innocent threat—because she lacks agency over this fact. 2, I argue that adopting an account of the distinction between threats and bystanders that does not rely on thoughts about moral status enables us to properly accommodate obstructors in a way that alternative accounts cannot. 2 The Problem of Obstructors Here is Thomson’s account of what it is to be (and to not be) a bystander: First, if Y is in no way causally involved in the situation that consists in X’s being at risk of death, then Y is clearly a bystander to it.

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