The member of my own race.
Race is not a factor.
All things being equal I would lean this way. Is that wrong?
Ceteris paribus. If the one of a different race is a close friend but the other a stranger, I'd obviously choose the friend.
Obviously if you know neither person and all things are equal, you pick the one you identify most with.
If I didn't know them, it would not be a factor. If it's just picking a person to save, perhaps from a global catastrophe, I'd pick someone from my family, who would be of my own race.
If race was the ONLY factor I could choose from, then choosing from one factor is better then none/
If I don't know them
I would save anyone I can.
I would save the most intelligent
I would save the guy who is more useful to society.
I'd flip a coin.
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I'm not going to sacrifice an Asian charity worker, let's say, for a white mugger. My loved ones and friends would come first, but for strangers race wouldn't enter into the picture. And I doubt I'd be sleeping very well afterward no matter which I picked.
I'd like to say that i'd try and succeed to save them both, but in reality, i'd probably start screaming a close my eyes, so i wouldn't witness their deaths.