- Nov 1, 2017
I'm talking about ethics in the ideal, objective sense. In your example, social norms, laws, genetics, environment, context, and many other factors would guide the doctor's actions. The doctor might be convinced after saving the person that they independently took the correct action, but in reality it was the cumulative effect of those factors.
As for quantum theory, I don't know. Are you saying that the laws of physics no longer apply when it comes to the human brain or even in general?