I'm teaching Ethical Decision Making today. The class mainly addresses how to decide the Right versus Right decisions since the Right versus Wrong ones are rather easy. [Hint: Choose Right.]
The problem with most ethical decision making procedures is they require time and you don't always have time. The world doesn't freeze in place so you can climb to the mountain top and ponder the correct course of action.
That's why I'm adding an element on ethical instincts - default tendencies that will kick in without thinking - choices that resemble the quarterback's decision to pass or to run or the lawyer's decision not to pursue a certain line of questioning.
I'll be discussing the process with the class. I'm 98 percent of the way to declaring Wade's Law. Give me another month and I'll be there.