Ethical Implications of Corporations (via Ethical Realism)

Having just tried to write an examination of whether corporations can be held morally (as opposed to legally) accountable for their actions, I was delighted to come across this excellent post from Ethical Realism. Simply reading through it has encouraged me to take another stab at the question.

Corporations are an incredibly powerful force in in the United States. They have a huge influence in politics and the lives of millions of employees. First, I will discuss the nature and moral justification for corporations. Second, I will discuss various moral debates concerning corporations, such as (a) whether corporations have moral responsibility, (b) the nature of corporate social responsibility, and (c) the importance of institutionalizing … Read More

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  1. Pingback: Assent and Corporate Ethics: The Sinai Question « Hebrew Hutong

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