Daily Archives: March 25, 2018

NOTES on Charles E. Reagan and John O. Mingle: Corporate and Individual Responsibility

When a corporation does something wrong, who do you punish? The chief executive officer? The person who made a bad decision? The manager in charge of the person who made a bad decision? This problem points up the issue of … Continue reading

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Dante’s PURGATORY, Canto 13: OPPOSITE OF ENVY

https://pixabay.com/en/soldier-gift-toy-child-girl-woman-870372/ *** OPPOSITE OF ENVY *** Opposed to envy Kindness and love for others Vice’s opposite *** NOTE: The virtue that is the opposite of envy is kindness and love for others. *** https://davidbruceblog.wordpress.com/2017/02/15/dantes-purgatory-canto-13-retelling-second-ledge-envy-sapia/ *** FREE EBOOK William Shakespeare’s Measure … Continue reading

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NOTES on Richard T. DeGeorge: Truth-Telling in Advertising

The contemporary philosopher Richard DeGeorge, in his book Business Ethics, has written about the issue of truth-telling in advertising. Obviously, advertising is all around us, and it can be controversial. For example, should cigarette advertising be allowed on television, should … Continue reading

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