Foundational Ethics, Feminism, and Business Ethics

Philip McShane


The phrase seeing the past as better has an echo for the Lonergan scholar, to whom this effort is primarily addressed, an echo of the dialectic effort. So, it is a reminder of one of Lonergans main cultural achievements: thematising functional specialization. Then one might envisage Business Ethics as it is taught as one of the fruits of that specialization. As so envisaged it is not part of the theological process proper but a result of the specialty called Communications: it is an outreach. Then the question rises, How might that external reach vary, improve, with the ongoing genesis of a more adequate eighth specialty?



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