Imagine a situation a wagon carrier asked to Socrates a variation of the Trolley Problem. What will be the Socrates' answer in terms of being just and being a good man?
Socrates, at least in his portrayal in the early Platonic dialogs (generally viewed as closest to the historical Socrates), would be more inclined to ask such a question than answer it. His typical approach was to take someone who felt a sense of certainty about some moral or philosophical issue, and to ask him a question that would introduce doubt about his beliefs. If pressed on his own stance, he would profess ignorance.