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The Moral Imagination : How Literature And Films Can Stimulate Ethical Reflection In The Business World

O. Williams
Published 1997 · Sociology

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The business world is often caricatured as a world where everyone knows the price, yet appreciates the value of nothing. It is the moral imagination that allows people to become aware of the dimensions of a situation. This text shows how society might learn to develop a sense of moral imagination.



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