- It can (typically) hold Moral Beliefs (and identify with a moral philosophy).
- It can (typically) be held Morally Accountable for their actions (have moral duty).
- It can (typically) make Moral Decisions.
- It can range from being a Moral Human to being a Moral Machine.
- *t can (typically) make make Moral Judgements (to justify their moral choices).
- It can commit to Life Projects.
- See: Moral Right, Moral Obligation/Moral Duty.
- Angus, Taylor (2003). Animals & Ethics: An Overview of the Philosophical Debate. Peterborough, Ontario: Broadview Press. p. 20.
- (Wallach & Allen, 2008) ⇒ Wendell Wallach, and Colin Allen. (2008). “Moral Machines: Teaching robots right from wrong." Oxford University Press. ISBN:9780195374049