3. A presentation of what your group considers to be the 2 or 3 strongest arguments that could be given in favor of the action that the engineer actually took
4. A presentation of what your group considers to be the 2 or 3 greatest worries or strongest arguments that could be given against the action that the engineer took, or arguments in favor of the engineer taking a certain alternate action.
Throughout the presentation, you will be expected to reflect upon a variety of morally relevant considerations (e.g. harms, benefits, rights, duties, virtue, etc.). You are not, however, required or expected to apply or refer to specific moral theories. Additionally, you may invoke the NSPE Code of Ethics or another engineering code of ethics but are not required to do so.