2. Who are the interested parties and what do you suppose each of them would like you to do?
3. Propose three possible solutions (two extremes and a compromise), and give (a) a best-case and worst-case outcome for each solution, and (b) for each solution, state whether you could tolerate the worst-case outcome.
Choose which one of the three solutions you think is the best and answer questions 4 thru 7 about that solution:
4.a. Would you be willing for everyone to be permitted to use this solution? 4.b. Does it treat people as ends rather than as means only [Idealism]? Explain.
5. Is this solution in accord with what is natural (not excessive or deficient) [Naturalism/Realism]? Explain.
6.a. Would there be majority agreement that this solution is the most efficient means to the end? 6.b. Will it produce the greatest good for the greatest number of people [Pragmatism/Utilitarianism]? Explain.
7. Is this solution the one you feel most committed to in your own conscience, regardless of whether or not it benefits you personally [Existentialism]? Explain.
8. Which philosophy do you feel was most influential in your solution? Why?