Abstracts: Hume's game-theoretic business ethics. What happens if work goes away? Soul as in ethic
Abstracts: Imagination, literature, medical ethics and medical practice. Commerce and medical ethics
Abstracts: Imperialism, research ethics and global health. End-of-life decisions and the law. Prolonging life and allowing death: infants
Abstracts: In defense of self-determination. On civic friendship. Friendship and the self
Abstracts: Individual difference variables, ethical judgments, and ethical behavioral intentions. Combating corruption: the 21st-century ethical challenge
Abstracts: Individualism, collective responsibility and corporate crime. Collective moral responsibility for omissions
Abstracts: Individual responsibility in the American corporate system: Does Sarbenes-Oxley strike the right balance? The future of corporate social responsibility
Abstracts: Informed consent as an ethical principle for business. Analyzing and responding to different Christian views of the corporation
Abstracts: In search of a Christian work ethic for the corporate worker. Lasting success for the Christian in business
Abstracts: In search of experts: a conception of expertise for business ethics consultation. The business ethics movement: where are we headed and what can we learn from our colleagues in bioethics?
Abstracts: Insider trading and the social contract. Social contracting as a trust-building process of network governance
Abstracts: Internalism and the good for a person. Persons, perspectives, and full information accounts of the good. Motive and rightness
Abstracts: International business vs. globalization: implications for business ethics. Corporate social responsibility in a globalizing world: what's a Christian executive to do?
Abstracts: Is ethical research feasible in developed and developing countries? Female genital mutilation and cosmetic surgery: regulating non-therapeutic body modification
Abstracts: Is ethics a liability in turbulent competitive environments? Traversing the "Inferno:" a new direction for business ethics
Abstracts: Is it good to make happy people? The principle of agency. Microethics in action
Abstracts: Is socialism dead? A comment on market socialism and basic income capitalism. The morality and efficiency of market socialism
Abstracts: Issues of diversity in the globalisation of competencies: a study in a global mining company. Induction programmes in the age of "corporate culture": the "sophisticated subject"
Abstracts: John Stuart Mill and pornography: beyond the harm principle. John Stuart Mill and the harm of pornography
Abstracts: Join the club: a modest proposal to increase availability of donor organs. On giving preference to prior volunteers when allocating organs for transplantation
Abstracts: Killing, letting die, and withdrawing aid. Paradoxes of abortion and prenatal injury. A challenge to common sense morality
Abstracts: Leadership and ethical development: balancing light and shadow. Reimagining moral leadership in business: image, identity and difference
Abstracts: Leadership ethics: mapping the territory. Imagination, fantasy, wishful thinking and truth. On getting to the future first
Abstracts: Leadership, moral development, and citizenship behavior. The effect of organizational forces on individual morality: judgment, moral approbation, and behavior
Abstracts: Leadership: toward new philosophical foundations. Is the convergence advocacy model of corporate governance the right model for globalization?
Abstracts: Learning from Frankena: a philosophical remembrance. Are violations of rights ever right? Philosophical intuitions and psychological theory
Abstracts: Learning from Frankena: a philosophical remembrance. Kamm on the morality of killing. On the subjectivity of welfare
Abstracts: Lessons from the wreck of the Exxon Valdez: the need for imagination, empathy, and courage. It's time for empirical research in business ethics
Abstracts: Liberal civic education and religious fundamentalism: the case of God v. John Rawls? Civic education and liberal legitimacy
Abstracts: Liberalism and campus hate speech: a philosophical examination. Revisionist liberalism and the decline of culture
Abstracts: Liberal toleration in Rawl's Law of Peoples. The autonomy defense of free speech. Can liberals support a ban on violent pornography?
Abstracts: Lifeboat ethics in business. Globalization and the ethics of business. Conscience and its counterfeits in organizational life: a new interpretation of the naturalistic fallacy
Abstracts: MacIntyre's position on business: a response to Wicks. Defending the stockholder model: a comment on Hasnas and Dunfee's MOM
Abstracts: Making sense of the research on gender and ethics in business: a critical analysis and extension. Towards a feminist firm: comments on John Dobson and Judith White
Abstracts: Managerial ethical leadership: examples do matter. Towards business ethics as an academic discipline. Whose ethos for public goods in the global economy? An exploration in international business ethics
Abstracts: Managing deliberation: the quandary of democratic dialogue. The phenomenology of speech and harm. Moral deliberation, nonmoral ends, and the virtuous agent
Abstracts: Marketing trust: barriers and bridges. What do we want trust to be? Some distinctions of trust. Trust and business: barriers and bridges
Abstracts: Markets in women's sexual labor. What Is the Point of Equality?(*). Equality, adequacy, and education for citizenship
Abstracts: Medical research needs lay involvement. Evidence based medicine and ethics
Abstracts: Modesty and Ignorance(*). Why IS Modesty a Virtue? Appearing Respectful: The Moral Significance of Manners(*)
Abstracts: Moral generalism: Enjoy in moderation. Moral address, moral responsibility, and the boundaries of the moral community
Abstracts: Moral imagination and the search for ethical decision-making in management. Exporting mental models: global capitalism in the 21st century
Abstracts: Moral imagination in organizational problem-solving: an institutional perspective. Motivational appeal in normative theories of enterprise
Abstracts: Moralism and cruelty: reflections on Hume and Kant. Morality as Consistency in Living: Korsgaard's Kantian Lectures(*)
Abstracts: Moral Overridingness and Moral Subjectivism(*). Appearing Respectful: The Moral Significance of Manners(*). Reflective Moral Equilibrium and Psychological Theory(*)
Abstracts: Moral rules. In defense of The Moral Problem: a reply to Brink, Copp, and Sayre-McCord. Moral responsibility and ignorance
Abstracts: Morals and markets: the case of ethical investing. The stakeholders as investors: a response to Etzioni. Obedience to authority and ethical dilemmas in Hong Kong companies
Abstracts: Moral thinking in management: an essential capability. Does ethics pay? Moral imagination in organizational problem-solving: an institutional perspective
Abstracts: Moral thinking in management: an essential capability. Universalizability and reciprocity in international business ethics
Abstracts: Mothers, citizenship, and independence: a critique of pure family values. Citizenship, individualism, and democratic politics
Abstracts: Mutual understanding, the state of attention, and the ground for interaction in economic systems. Patients' receipt and understanding of written information about a resuscitation policy
Abstracts: Nietzsche and the morality critics. Prudence and morality in Greek ethics. Prudence and morality in ancient and modern ethics
Abstracts: Not just autonomy - the principles of American biomedical ethics. Medical and scientific uses of human tissue
Abstracts: Oakeshott's theory of civil association. Freedom as antipower. Political justification, theoretical complexity, and democratic community
Abstracts: Of Assisted Suicide and "The Philosophers' Brief". What Is the Great Benefit of Legalizing Euthanasia or Physican-Assisted Suicide?
Abstracts: One voice? or many? Mr. Penn, meet Mr. Argyris. Notes for a third millennial manifesto: renewal and redefinition in business ethics
Abstracts: On golden rules, balancing acts, & finding the right size. Naturalism and business ethics: inevitable foes or possible allies?
Abstracts: On MacIntyre, modernity and the virtues: a response to Dobson. Reflections on the practical relevance of feminist thought to business
Abstracts: On moralizing in business ethics. Property in software: some social-evolutionary considerations. Market structures, claims fraud and ethical concerns in the delivery of health care services: a transaction cost economics analysis
Abstracts: On the subjectivity of welfare. A question for egalitarians. On the intrinsic value of pleasures
Abstracts: On withholding nutrition and hydration in the terminally ill: has palliative medicine gone too far? A reply. Artificial hydration and alimentation at the end of life: a reply to Craig
Abstracts: Organizational ontology and the moral status of the corporation. Moral rules as public goods
Abstracts: Paid organ donation - the Grey Basket concept. Xenotransplantation. Doing harm: living organ donors, clinical research and 'The Tenth Man'
Abstracts: Paradigms linked: a normative-empirical dialogue about business ethics. The empirical-normative split in business ethics: a pragmatic alternative
Abstracts: Peter Miller, axiology and environmental ethics. Value as richness: Peter Miller's challenge. Peter Miller, forestry and the ethics of integrity
Abstracts: Pharmaceutical corporations and the duty to aid in HIV/AIDS epidemic. Are state anti-takeover laws ethical?
Abstracts: Physician-Assisted Suicide, the Doctrine of Double Effect, and the Ground of Value. A Critique of Three Objections to Physician-Assisted Suicide
Abstracts: Places for pluralism. Pluralism, determinacy, and dilemma. Trust as noncognitive security about motives
Abstracts: Political Community, Liberal-Nationalism, and the Ethics of Assimilation(*). Sustainable marketing
Abstracts: Poverty and the politics of capitalism. The continuing quest for accountable, ethical, and humane corporate capitalism: an enduring challenge for social issues in management in the new millennium
Abstracts: Predicting noncompliance with the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. Scientific and social judgments of safety in the nuclear fuel waste management and disposal concept
Abstracts: Prenatal genetic testing kits sold at your local pharmacy: promoting autonomy or promoting confusion? Making the case for human life extension: personal arguments
Abstracts: Preventive ethics, professional integrity, and boundary setting: the clinical management of moral uncertainty
Abstracts: Prima facie obligations, ceteris paribus laws in moral theory. Autonomy, respect and genetic information policy: a reply to Tuija Takala and Matti Hayry
Abstracts: Privacy rights in the information economy. Transforming justice: a conceptualization. Positive rights and the problems of social justice
Abstracts: Professional autonomy: a framework for empirical research. The empirical performance of cognitive moral development in predicting behavioral intent
Abstracts: Prolonging life and allowing death: infants. Not just autonomy - the principles of American biomedical ethics
Abstracts: Protecting communities in health research from exploitation. Editorial
Abstracts: Prudence and morality in Greek ethics. Internalist moral cognitivism and listlessness. What do we learn from the repugnant conclusion?
Abstracts: Public philosophy and international feminism. Why killing some people is more seriously wrong than killing others
Abstracts: Public relations, advocacy ads, and the campaign against absenteeism during World War II. Sustaining work by cutting back: public action to address unemployment
Abstracts: Putting the person back into human resource management. Character and leadership. "Good ethics is good business": revisited
Abstracts: Quo vadis: Society for Business Ethics. Can American egalitarianism survive a globalized economy? Business ethics in the new millennium: will the patient survive?
Abstracts: Rationality and the refusal of medical treatment: a critique of the recent approach of the English courts. An 'ethics-gap' in writing about bioethics: a quantitative comparison of the medical and the surgical literature
Abstracts: Reasons, attitudes, and values: replies to Sturgeon and Piper. Fair opportunity in education: a democratic equality perspective
Abstracts: Reasons, relations, and commands: reflections on Darwall. Morality as equal accountability: comments on Stephen Darwall's "The Second-Person Standpoint"
Abstracts: Recent Work in Feminist Ethics(*). Zimmerman on Culpable Ignorance. Modesty and Ignorance(*)
Abstracts: Recent Work on Moral Responsibility(*). Punishment and desert: A reply to Dolinko. Quinn on Double Effect: the problem of "closeness." (The Doctrine of Double Effect)(response to Warren S. Quinn, Philosophy and Public Affairs, vol. 18, p. 334, 1989)
Abstracts: Regulating virtue: formulating, engendering and enforcing corporate ethical codes. The privacy paradox: e-commerce and personal information on the internet
Abstracts: Regulating virtue: formulating, engendering and enforcing corporate ethical codes. part 2 Corporate global citizenship: conflicts between human rights and power politics
Abstracts: Relationships between various attitudes towards self-determination in health care with special reference to an advance directive
Abstracts: Religious faith, corporate life, and the betterment of society. Lasting success for the Christian in business
Abstracts: Remediation and an ethical imperative: the role of public agency in environmental practice. Are we ready for God? Value and profit in sustainable development and market capitalism
Abstracts: Response to Khushf. Do studies of the nature of cases mislead about the reality of cases? A response to Pattison et al
Abstracts: Rights, explanation, and risks. An objectivist's guide to subjective value. Parents' rights and the value of the family
Abstracts: Schumacher expanded: ethically implementing appropriate technology through national information technology plans
Abstracts: Selecting subjects for participation in clinical research: one sphere of justice. The compensation of patients injured in clinical trials
Abstracts: Self-ownership and equality: brute luck, gifts, universal dominance, and leximin. Liberalism, bad samaritan law, and legal paternalism
Abstracts: Self-respect: moral, emotional, political. Distributive justice: what the people think. Voices from another world: Must we respect the interests of people who do not or will never exist?
Abstracts: Shriver's "Ethic for Enemies": implications for business research. A new environmental ethic
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