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Existential Morality

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Abstract

In the current political, environmental and cultural climate, organizational ethics is not only ontologically but also societally central to organizational understanding and development. With inspiration from Løgstrup, Buber, Arendt and several others, this chapter analyzes ethics and morality as not only central to organizational culture and success but also inescapably tied to our intentional processes.

Keywords

Ethics Morality Existential ethics and perception The identity of corporations 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Aalborg University Business SchoolAalborgDenmark
  2. 2.University College Northern DenmarkUCN Technology & BusinessAalborgDenmark

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