Ethics by Dietrich Bonhoeffer

Genre : Religion
Editor : Fortress Press
Release : 2005
ISBN-13 : 0800683064
Hardcover : 593 Pages


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Based on careful reconstruction of the manuscripts, freshly and expertly translated and annotated, this crown jewel of Bonhoeffer's body of work is the culmination of his theological and personal odyssey.

Genre : Business & Economics
Editor : Stanford University Press
Release : 2003
ISBN-13 : 0804743762
Hardcover : 364 Pages


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Aimed both at broadening the range of theoretically-informed empirical research on business ethics and at addressing the underlying questions regarding the nature of business ethics research, this is a comprehensive state-of-the-art portrait of the role of ethics in organizations.

The Ethics Of Homelessness by G. John M. Abbarno

Genre : Social Science
Editor : Rodopi
Release : 1999
ISBN-13 : 904200777X
Hardcover : 258 Pages


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This book extends the study of homelessness beyond the need of shelter. Philosophical exploration exposes the fragility of human fulfillment in contemporary society. The authors weave the moral fabric of what it means to be human. They show how economic and political values compromise the dignity of homeless persons. They argue for recognition of rights for the homeless, who otherwise would be voiceless and without membership in the moral community. This pioneering contribution instills our moral sensitivity to the homeless condition and justifies our moral responsibility to change that condition.

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Editor : Rex Bookstore, Inc.
Release : 2007
ISBN-13 : 9712348660
Hardcover : 242 Pages


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Genre : Business & Economics
Editor : Springer Science & Business Media
Release : 2008-07-17
ISBN-13 : 9781402084294
Hardcover : 326 Pages


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Gabriel Flynn and Patricia H. Werhane This book points to a necessary relationship between ethics and business; the success of such an alliance depends directly on sound business leadership. Without the sort of leadership that upholds the dignity and rights of employees and clients, as well as the interests of shareholders, even the most meticulously prepared ethics statements are destined to founder, as evidenced at Enron and elsewhere. Over the past 30 years or so, since business ethics became established as a discipline in its own right, much progress has been made in the ethical conduct of business at all levels. In short, business people, like politicians, doctors and church leaders, have come to realize that it is not possible to avoid involvement in ethics, for much of what business people do and cannot do may be subject to ethical evaluation. While the history of business ethics as currently practised may be traced to the medieval and ancient periods; our principal concern is with developments in the ?eld over recent decades. A consideration of how the topic has been treated by the Harvard Business Review, the business world’sleadingprofessionaljournal,provideshelpful insights into past progress and present challenges. In 1929, just as business ethics was beginning to evolve, Wallace B.

Decoding The Ethics Code by Celia B. Fisher

Genre : Psychology
Editor : SAGE
Release : 2003-06-17
ISBN-13 : 0761926194
Hardcover : 283 Pages


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Decoding the Ethics Code: A Practical Guide for Psychologists introduces psychologists to the 2002 American Psychological Association's Ethical Principles of Psychologists and Code of Conduct. The book helps psychologists apply the Ethics Code to the constantly changing scientific, professional, and legal realities of the discipline. Author Celia B. Fisher addresses the revised format, choice of wording, aspirational rationale, and enforceability of the code and puts these changes into practical perspective for psychologists. The book provides in-depth discussions of the foundation and application of each ethical standard to the broad spectrum of scientific, teaching, and professional roles of psychologists. This unique guide helps psychologists effectively use ethical principles and standards to morally conduct their work activities, avoid ethical violations, and, most importantly, preserve and protect the fundamental rights and welfare of those whom they serve.

World Mind And Ethics by J. E. J. Altham

Genre : Philosophy
Editor : Cambridge University Press
Release : 1995-04-06
ISBN-13 : 0521479304
Hardcover : 229 Pages


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A distinguished international team of philosophers offer responses to the work of Bernard Williams, followed by the author's reply.

Genre : Business & Economics
Editor : Rowman & Littlefield
Release : 1994
ISBN-13 : 0847678164
Hardcover : 324 Pages


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Edmund Burke: Modernity, Politics, and Aesthetics examines the philosophy of Burke in view of its contribution to our understanding of modernity. Stephen K. White argues that Burke shows us how modernity engenders an implicit forgetfulness of human finitude. White illustrates this theme by showing how Burke's political thought, his judgment of the modern system of morality and policy, and its taste for a false sublime are structured by his aesthetics.

Business Ethics by Henry Lee Shattuck Professor of Government Paul E Peterson

Genre : Business & Economics
Editor : M.E. Sharpe
Release : 2005
ISBN-13 : 0765614588
Hardcover : 286 Pages


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This volume sets the agenda for business ethics and corporate responsibility in the future. It brings together ideas, challenges, and proposed solutions for thinking about--and implementing--effective ethics programs in business schools and business organizations.

Tourism Ethics by David A. Fennell

Genre : Business & Economics
Editor : Channel View Publications
Release : 2006
ISBN-13 : 1845410343
Hardcover : 404 Pages


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Arguing for a closer relationship between history and tourism studies, this book explores the relationships between tourism, representations, environments and identities in settings ranging from the Roman Empire to the twentieth century, and from Frinton to the 'Far East'.