Transcript
  • 00:00    |    
    Initial credits
  • 00:06    |    
    Introduction
  • 00:36    |    
    Moral example stories
    • Carly
    • Tonya
    • Jane
  • 03:54    |    
    Philosophical debate
  • Ethical precepts
  • 05:36    |    
    Egoist tradition
  • 06:08    |    
    Altruism
  • 07:32    |    
    Selfish predators
  • 08:07    |    
    Western ethics debate
  • 08:49    |    
    Six questions in ethics
    • Where?
    • How?
    • What?
    • Who?
    • When?
    • Why?
  • 13:30    |    
    Entrepreneurs
  • 14:49    |    
    Ethical characterization
    • Egoism
    • Predation
    • Altruism
  • 16:20    |    
    Carly: the entrepreneur
    • Creative knowledge
    • Ambition
    • Guts
    • Initiative
    • Perseverance
    • Quotes Thomas Alva Edison
    • Trial-and-error
    • Productivity
    • Leadership
    • Value for value trade
    • Success and flourishment
  • 23:02    |    
    Entrepreneurial success traits
  • 23:51    |    
    Connection between entrepreneurship and ethics
    • Rationality: creative knowledge
    • Pride: ambition
    • Initiative: integrity
    • Courage: guts
    • Perseverance: independence
    • Honesty: experience-based adjustments
    • Productivity: productiveness
    • Leadership
    • Value for value trade: justice
    • Experiencing and enjoying success: self-esteem
  • 33:01    |    
    Lexical preferences
  • 34:22    |    
    Historical philosophers
  • Quotes n , Ayn Rand
  • 36:10    |    
    Why hasn't the case for liberty convinced everyone?
  • 38:03    |    
    Ethics in historical time
  • 39:42    |    
    Hunter-gatherer idiosyncrasy
  • 41:43    |    
    Feudal economy
    • Warrior code
    • Monk code
  • 45:03    |    
    Entrepreneurial role model
  • 45:57    |    
    Final words
  • 46:32    |    
    Final credits


Ethics and Political Philosophy

New Media  | 05 de noviembre de 2011  | Vistas: 39

There has always been a negative understanding in philosophical epistemology regarding the relationship between business and ethics. Stephen Hicks expresses this idea and defies that paradigm by explaining the parallel traits, which are commonly viewed as moral elements in a person and in an entrepreneur. Hicks explains the importance of these entrepreneurial traits and describes how they relate to the fulfillment of the individual in the context of free society. He also comments on why, in historical terms, opposition has existed towards a business culture and how this perspective has changed presently, with the success of different entrepreneurs, who turned out to be extraordinary role models for society.




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Stephen Hicks is professor of philosophy and executive director of the…

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