I cannot bring myself to describe the mechanics of Ethics Awareness Training in detail; it is too embarrassing. I will only say that if you were to happen upon a group of toddlers playing with colored blocks, the tableau would be closer than I can comfortably admit to that which just transpired upstairs.
The difference is that the toddlers would almost certainly be provided with more palatable snacks than the stale and slightly rancid popcorn with which we were rewarded.
What sticks most prominently in my memory, much like a bit of bland recycled popcorn lodged between two teeth, is the quote: “there are no right or wrong answers”.
I intend to apply this principle studiously to all ethical questions which come my way.