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Faith, Morals and Money

Hardback|Sep 2005
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Most books on business ethics approach the subject philosophically. What's wrong with this, says Zinbarg, is that it neglects the most important source of most people's understanding of right and wrong* their religious tradition. While philosophy can shed the light...


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Most books on business ethics approach the subject philosophically. What's wrong with this, says Zinbarg, is that it neglects the most important source of most people's understanding of right and wrong* their religious tradition. While philosophy can shed the light of reason on the ethical dilemmas of economic life, it's less than convincing about why we ought to behave well. It lacks the compelling urgency of religious faith. Following a wonderfully lucid and succinct summary of the ethical systems relative to business of Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism, and Confucianism, the author presents a variety of case studies (in lively dialogue form) from the whole gamut of economic life.
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Most books on business ethics approach the subject philosophically. While philosophy can shed the light of reason on the ethical dilemmas of economic life, it's less than convincing about why we ought to behave well, lacking the compelling urgency of religious faith. Following a lucid summary of the ethical systems relative to Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism, and Confucianism, the author presents a variety of case studies (in lively dialogue form) from the whole of economic life, including misrepresentation by sellers, truth in advertising, the ethics of part-time employment, child labor and environmental ethics. The solutions may vary from tradition to tradition, but overall one is struck by the similarities. This is a book grounded in the real ethical challenges of modern business practice, with a world-religious perspective so necessary in an era of globalization.
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PRODUCT DETAIL
  • Misrepresentation By Sellers
  • Truth In Advertising
  • Sale Of Harmful Products
  • Pricing Of Essential Products
  • Buyers' Responsibilities To Sellers
  • Buyers And Sellers In Cyberspace
  • Professional Ethics
  • Board Of Director Responsibilities
  • Bribery
  • Lenders And Borrowers
  • The ""new Employment Contract""
  • Ethics Of Part-time Employment
  • Taking Disciplinary Action
  • Exporting Jobs To Less-developed Countries
  • Who Is My Neighbour?
  • Child Labour
  • Environmental Ethics
  • Women In The Global Marketplace.

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