Recently I found one of the most intriguing comic strips I have seen in a very long time: TL;DR : When encountering unsolvable ethical questions, we tend to use a simple application of numbers (either as pure math or economics) to determine the "least bad" scenario and use it as optimal. However, is pure rationality used as an ethical tool inherently hypocritical? Is the ability to apply utilitarianism enough to actually solve a serious ethical dilemma? Is it actually "good" to use this damage limitation logic or is it a necessary evil? Discuss.