1. The dilemma is a news reporter in Nepal who also has medical a background who decided to help save lives while reporting on a big earthquake in Nepal. While he reports in front of the camera, he sees someone who is in need, and immediately goes over to help them.
2. Most people believe he shouldn't be filming instances where he is saving people, because it is a big pride issue. On the other side, some people are okay with the situation because they believe he should be helping peoples' lives no matter what he is doing.
3. The people who don't care if he is saving lives on air are using the Judeo-Christian view on things because they believe you should prioritize love for everyone. The people who get upset he is saving lives would be following Kant's Categorical Imperative because they believe they should stick to the action of reporting live.
4. I think the reporter should definitely save the lives but not record when he is doing these actions.