In class we discuss how moral can be modified with the number of people, the feeling guilt could be divided and everyone will accept kill the mouse. But, what do you think about a different experiment with a inverse rule.
Supose, (as the experiment #2) a room with a mouse, and if you kill it, you will recibe some $, to kill it. If you are alone, you will not feel any guilt or moral feeling, and you will do. But, at the moment more people are coming to the room, you feel the judgement of the other one’s and no one can be the “bad guy” to kill it.
If there is only two persons, maybe they could organized a moral talk, and have an agreement to kill it, but if there is more people, the skill to organizates is less.
The greater the number of people, the less ability to organize a moral talk, and no one would kill the mouse, because he will not want to be judged by others and nobody would end up doing it.
Hope, you like it, and i would like to talk your comments about this inverse idea.