Peter French, drawing on his extensive experience in the fields of business and applied ethics, has created a comprehensive view of corporate ethics that focuses on the nature of a corporation, how it is defined, and who are the players. By introducing the idea that corporations--not just the people running them--are moral actors, he offers a unique theory of a corporation.
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The Realization of Corporate Goals by the Exploitation
The Moral Ranking System vs Classical Utilitarianism
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