The famous medieval physician Galen fled Rome during the plague. He analyzed his personal morality..

The famous medieval physician Galen fled Rome during the
plague. He analyzed his personal morality and decided he had to flee on behalf
of his wife and children, whose lives he knew were threatened by the plague. We
are told that for the rest of his life he had nightmares about his failure as a
professional who had abandoned his patients. In other words, his beliefs
regarding his personal and professional duty collided head on. Do you think his
analysis served him well in resolving his dilemma? Did he do the right thing?
Why or why not?