o you agree / disagree with Vallor's claim that to be moral is not about the direct consequences of our actions, or acting according to duty, but rather
about the cultivation of a "good character" based on acting according to the twelve technomoral virtues?
If yes, why? If no, why not?
Clearly juxtapose at least one other normative MORAL THEORY against Vallor's technomoral virtue theory. [Note: Be sure to use Shafer-Landau's book A Concise Introduction to Ethics as at least one of your sources.]
o How would Vallor's idea of a virtuous person act in regards to the specific technomoral dilemma your paper is exploring?
o Would acting according to the twelve technomoral virtues solve, or at least allow us to navigate, this technomoral problem?