should a person save the people on the trolley if it entails jumping onto the track as an act of self-sacrifice? However, to complicate matters, there is a fat man standing nearby, and to save the trolley, all it takes is a small push. Should one do that–to sacrifice one person to save others? To make this dilemma more complex, assume that part of the rationale is that a “fat” person is expendable (not handsome or beautiful, perhaps not in the best of health). If that person were a slim beautiful woman or a slim, handsome man, would that change the decision? What about religion or ethnicity? Would the decision change if the person were of a different religion or ethnicity?