Relatedly, the post-phenomenological approach to the philosophy of technology considers artefacts not as merely instrumental but as mediators of human experience and behavior. I report the results of two experiments that are inspired by these approaches. The first examines people's aversion against non-human agents that take decisions in the moral domain. The second investigates a decision-makers possibility to shift blame to a non-human agent. Both experiments study the ethical consequences of having humans in or out of the loop.