In a democracy, should everyone—absolutely everyone—get a vote? Does it really matter if tigers become extinct? Why does murder carry a heavier penalty than attempted murder? If you don’t like the socks your grandma gives you for Christmas, should you tell her so? This entertaining introduction to ethics will bring you face to face with some tough moral choices. It presents you with 101 imaginative scenarios—sometimes amusing, sometimes tragic, and sometimes uncomfortably realistic—which will force you to re-examine your most cherished assumptions about right and wrong. Including: the torturer with a conscience; the lady who can prevent enormous suffering for the price of a latte; and the man who is handy with his fists but not a killer, surely.