Do you want to tell the truth about something, but know that it will hurt someone else? Do you feel you have a moral obligation to help a family member whose behavior has always been rotten?
We want to hear about it. The New York Times Magazine’s Ethicist columnist, Kwame Anthony Appiah, will help readers contend with their ethical dilemmas in a live conversation on Sept. 28, at 12 p.m. Eastern time on Twitter Spaces, a live audio feature on the social media platform. It will be hosted by Sarah Lyall, a Times writer at large.
Tell us below about your moral quandary and why it is difficult for you, and we may invite you onto the virtual stage to discuss your question with Professor Appiah.
Please note: To participate, you’ll need a Twitter account and you must be comfortable being identified by that account both live and in the recording that will remain online.
The New York Times staff will select questions and contact individuals in advance about participating.