This book discusses the two realms of machine ethics, a field that is now becoming a pressing concern and receiving wide attention due to its growing importance. It makes a number of original inroads that exhibit a proof of possibility to systematically represent and reason about a variety of issues from the chosen moral facets by means of moral examples taken off-the-shelf from the morality literature. Given the broad dimension of the topic, the contributions in the book touch solely on a dearth of morality issues. Nevertheless, it prepares and opens the way for additional research towards employing various features available in LP-based reasoning and EGT to machine ethics. Moreover, we draw attention to some salient philosophical considerations underpinning and surging from our work.