Dilemma (double proposition) is a problem offering two possibilities neither of which is unambiguously acceptable or preferable.
It is a situation in which a difficult choice has to be made between two or more alternatives, especially ones that are equally undesirable.
Examples such as: while driving straight and passing through a circle one goes in dilemma for which side one should go.
Few types of Dilemma are :-
Double Blind Dilemma are ones in which the victim is placed in “no win” situation by another. Example: worker encouraged to take time off to rest and at the same time to meet performance target by already overworked employee.
Moral Dilemma is a choice to be made will inevitably result in chooser going against its moral values. Example: whether to steal to feed your family.
Blackmail is whether to co-operate or to suffer an unpleasant consequences.
Morton’s Fork is two line of thinking leading to same unpleasant conclusion. Given by John Morton, according to him of a person live simple that means he is saving for his future as well to pay taxes and if he is spending money extra agents that shows he is rich and can still pay taxes.
Dilemma is a confused state of mind and has to choose between A or B. The chooser is free to choose depending on its priorities and importance. In this situation deciding the right thing for oneself is crucial (decision making power) and one should not get carried away with fantasies.
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