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Consider the age-old tale of the father who stole a loaf of bread to feed his hungry family. Stealing is deemed wrong by our society and is punishable by law. Failing to provide for one's family is neglectful and fundamentally wrong. What would be the dilemma and the implications of such a crime on the individual, the family, the community, and society? Solution: When a father stoles a loaf of bread to feed his hungry family he has two things in mind firstly should he stole the bread as it is considered to be wrong by the society, secondly if he does not stole the bread his family will die hungry. This is a typical case of ethical dilemma, where the person having the dilemma is faced in a situation wherein there is a mental conflict between moral imperatives. The person is in a...