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Business Ethics v Business Law: Rules, More Rules, and Deliberation

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Abstract:

This paper focuses on the relation between business law and business ethics in order to raise questions about the presumed distinction between law and morality. By investigating rule-following and the problem of running out of rules in legal and moral decision-making the argument that emerges is that deliberation, not rules, should be considered the centre-piece of decision-making in both law and morality.

Keywords: BUSINESS ETHICS; DELIBERATION; LAW AND MORALITY; LEGAL ETHICS; RULE FOLLOWING; RULES; RUNNING OUT OF RULES

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: December 1, 2008

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