Ethical Anarchism, Business Ethics and The Politics of Disturbance

University of Leicester, University of Essex
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Ephemera : Theory and Politics in Organization, 2014, 14 (4), pp. 725 - 737
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The article offers information on the views of economist Milton Friedman concerning ethical anarchism, business ethics and politics in organizations. It mentions the book "Totality and Infinity" by Emmanuel Levinas where he specifically addresses issues of labor, work and commerce. It also mentions that the primary responsibility that business takes is to make profits.
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