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About this book
Casuistry, Virtue, and Business Ethics brings together three important processes for business ethics: casuistry, virtue ethics, and the business case method. In doing so, it considers the overlap and synergy of casuistry and virtue ethics, the similarities and differences of casuistry and the business case method, and the relationships between emerging and well-established cases. The goal of the book is twofold: to provide a distinctly practical method for moral decision-making within the context of business and to illustrate how contemporary vexing issues are similar to those of the past and how they might be resolved satisfactorily.
Agricultural Biotechnology Ancient Greek Casuistry Biological Weapons Bioweapons Bittorent Business Ethics Case Studies Casuistry Christian Casuistry Clinical Medicine David Hume Decision-Making Food Ford Pinto Case GM Foods Genetic Modification Googlenomics Hebrew Casuistry Intellectual Property Justice Muslim Casuistry Napster Particular Virtues Peer-to-Peer Sharing Prudence Risky Medical Therapy Smallpox Stoicism Tamoxifan Therapy Terrorist Attack Thomas Hobbes Universal Benevolence Vaccine Virtue Virtue Eethics Virtues of Commerce