The following are essays in Moral Philosophy, which used to be known as "Ethics", i.e. before the word was hijacked by charlatans. They are unconnected with dnwe or EBEN. They are here to stand in contrast to the shallowness of most of what goes by the name of Business Ethics and as examples of serious reflection.
They also challenge the legalistic concept of ethics that has dominated much of western moral philosophy. A core insight is that what is right cannot be determined definitively by rules or laws, but is a matter of time and place. Read Ecclesiastes.

Essay, 1800 words
Fog of Moral Rhetoric
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Essay, 1200 words
Two Elephants in the Ethics Room
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Lecture, 4500 words
Re-inventing & Sustaining Professions
Making Management an Accountable Profession, and Monitoring It
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Essay
A note on alternative conceptions of ethics
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Essay
A brief note on medical ethics
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