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Managing for Ethical–Organizational Integrity by Daniel Palmer, Abe Zakhem

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Introduction

Being a person brings with it serious existential concerns about how we ought to live our lives. To ignore these concerns is to live superficially and without deep meaning, conviction, or integrity. The study of ethics tries to provide critical insight and guidance regarding how we ought to live our lives. More specifically, the study of ethics involves determining what truly constitutes good, right, and virtuous behavior. Correlatively, actually becoming an ethical person means trying to live by the standards and ideals at which we rationally arrive and persuading others to do the same. In this process several questions inevitably arise. To what extent are we obligated to do good for ourselves, others, and society? When seeking ...

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