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  Atlas Shrugged, 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



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Ethics and Political Philosophy

05 de noviembre de 2011   | Vistas: 10 |   Atlas Shrugged Capitalism Culture Entrepreneurship

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.




Stephen Hicks is professor of philosophy and executive director of the Center for Ethics and Entrepreneurship at Rockford College. He…

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