Is it a good idea to write a philosophical essay when you know the conclusion will not be satisfying?
I have a dilemma (pun intended). I am asked to write an essay of just 1 page. Well, easy peasy you'd say, but it's harder than it looks. Anyway, I want to write about the
Trolley problem, yet I know that the conclusion will not be satisfying at all?
Why? Because there is no actual solution for this problem. It's either you choose A or B, nothing else.
So my question would be: is it even possible to write an essay like this? Should I choose a subject where there is a more distinct and concrete conclusion or not? I don't want to fail, so am just asking it here.