Moral NeutralityChoose and respond to one of the following questions:Question AUsing two concepts from the reading (e.g. polypotency, artifact/idea, STS, etc…), critique the myth of moral neutrality of technology. Provide some reasons to the effect that technological development can be morally good or bad.Question BDo you think that the ties between social circumstances and technology, thoroughly discussed in the readings, should be a part of the definition of “technology?” Why or why not?Number 2 please separatePhilosophy of Science & TechnologyTraditional ResourcesPlease choose and respond to one of the following questions:Question AThis week we explored ways in which the traditional resources can be applied to problems raised by technological development. Pick two such resources (deontological views of obligation, consequentialist views, views of human nature, moral agency, etc…) and describe how our authors thought it “fell short” when applied to technological development.Question BAddress the tension between a “new humility” and the desire to pursue utopian visions enabled by development. How should we respond to such visions? What moral values or virtues are being pursued?