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Max Bazerman on making organizations act ethically

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Friday, October 24, 2014
Category: Ethics

From www.harvardmagazine.com

In the early 2000s, a riptide of business scandals toppled Enron, Arthur Andersen, and WorldCom. In the aftermath, says Straus professor of business administration Max Bazerman, "society turned to professional schools" to ask why their graduates were misbehaving.

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End of the Line in the ICU The Health Care Blog

Monday, December 3, 2012
Category: Ethics

From thehealthcareblog.com

You will not find a group less in favor of automatically aggressive, invasive medical care than intensive care nurses.

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David Simon Petraeus, On Further Reflection (R.I.P. John O’Neill)

Tuesday, November 20, 2012
Category: Ethics

From davidsimon.com

The price of greatness may be responsibility, but woe for the Twentieth Century if a bunch of journalists and moralists had gathered around to make more of an issue of the prime minister’s alcoholism than his governance.

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The Eugenic Impulse - The Chronicle Review - The Chronicle of Higher Education

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Monday, November 19, 2012
Category: Ethics

From chronicle.com

There was indeed a medical side to Progressive-era eugenics that has gotten lost among the more sensational and horrific tales of punitive sterilization and race psychology. This medically oriented eugenics was seen as a kind of long-term public health.

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Dead as a Doornail?

Saturday, November 17, 2012
Category: Ethics

From hplusmagazine.com

Whether you are alive or dead depends in part on where you are at the time and who gets to decide. And it won’t be you.

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David Simon Stray penises and politicos

Friday, November 16, 2012
Category: Ethics

From davidsimon.com

Enough. This is just sex. This is nothing more than the odd, notable penis or the odd, notable vagina staggering off the marked path and rubbing against the wrong tree. This is just people.

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Transhumanism: Is it right to hack our bodies?

Sunday, October 28, 2012
Category: Ethics

From www.humansinvent.com

For centuries people have searched for the elixir of life and while we now realise there is no magic potion that can make us immortal or improve our bodies, today’s technological advances are radically altering the human condition.

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Free exchange: Game, set and match The Economist

Sunday, October 21, 2012
Category: Ethics

From www.economist.com

If you need a transplant you join a waiting list until a matching organ becomes available. This drives economists nuts. Why not allow willing donors to sell spare kidneys and let patients (or the government, acting on their behalf) bid for them? The waiting list would disappear overnight.

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Raymond Tallis - The case for assisted dying New Humanist

Monday, August 27, 2012
Category: Ethics

From newhumanist.org.uk

The case for a law to legalise the choice of physician-assisted dying for mentally competent people with terminal illness, who have expressed a settled wish to die, is very easily stated. Unbearable suffering, prolonged by medical care, and inflicted on a dying patient against their will, is an unequivocal evil.

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Raymond Tallis - The case for assisted dying New Humanist

Monday, August 27, 2012
Category: Ethics

From newhumanist.org.uk

The case for a law to legalise the choice of physician-assisted dying for mentally competent people with terminal illness, who have expressed a settled wish to die, is very easily stated. Unbearable suffering, prolonged by medical care, and inflicted on a dying patient against their will, is an unequivocal evil.

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