publication . Article . 2003

Business Ethics as Critical Approach

Alpár Losoncz;
Open Access
  • Published: 01 Oct 2003 Journal: Society and Economy, volume 25, issue October, pages 139-152
The following sections discuss some issues pertaining to the status and meanings of critical reflections in business ethics. The starting point is that ethics originally always includes critical-normative perspectives and polemical aspects, and, according to this, critical approach is not supplement to business ethics, but a necessary component of it. This paper is divided into three parts. In the first part I demarcate some selected broad issues in relation to the general perspective of critical reflection. The next section outlines the in-depth consequences of general outlook in respect of critical scope of business ethics, that is to say, in this part the cri...
free text keywords: critical reflexion, multi-dimensional approach, business ethics, Strategy and Management, Industrial relations, Business and International Management, General Economics, Econometrics and Finance, Sociology and Political Science, Public Administration, Philosophy of business, Engineering ethics, Applied ethics, Critical reflection, Meta-ethics, Sociology, Critical approach, Economic system, Business ethics, Management, Information ethics
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