Hey Jeremy, the virus has gotten worse and now I fear it will spread to everyone.
It's going to be tough but we should send all those that are sick to the caves outside town. It's in the greater good for everyone else, so they don't get sick too.
No, this won't work! I don't care if you think it's in the greater good for everyone else, it's not fair to the sick people. We need to consider equal rights for all.
I don't want everyone to get sick, we need to think about everyone else, there are only 20 sick so far, lets toss them in here and reduce the risk for others.
How about this: We will all stay home for 1 months time, until those that are sick get better. Those that are not sick will take care of the errands of those that are to avoid spread. This ensures those in our community that need the most support are getting it.
I'd still prefer a more utilitarian approach but I see how this can end up working for the greater good. Let's give it a try!
Man this is boring, I knew we should have done it my way...
I bet he still thinks his utilitarian approach is better than my theory of justice as fairness...
Jeremy Bentham, my friend, we did it! We worked together to ensure fairness for all, especially those in the most need, and now everyone has recovered!
You know, there was a point I didn't think this theory of yours would work, but it did!