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  • The Complicated Ethics of Creative Nonfiction

    The Complicated Ethics of Creative Nonfiction

    "Every writer of creative nonfiction is an Ishmael who alone has lived to tell the tale-the true story that only he or she can tell."

  • The Capacity for Ethical Conduct

    The Capacity for Ethical Conduct

    "David Levine discusses how ethical conduct is a special way of relating to others, one that secures respect for their integrity by assuring that what they do can express who they are."

  • Virtue Ethics

    Virtue Ethics

    "There is a rich diversity of topics in virtue ethics that can be pursued from the perspective of phenomenology, such as: the need for proper character dispositions (courage, humility, justice, etc.); the fundamental quest for fulfillment (eudaimonia); the role of moral exemplars, and the dilemmas of ignorance and incontinence."

  • Evil and Open Secrets

    "While the intentionally hidden secret remains an important issue in 21st century governance, the ‘‘open secret’’ has become much more common and just as common, if not more, difficult to deal with."

  • Government, Organizations, and Ethics

    Government, Organizations, and Ethics

    "This article discusses ethical challenges posed by market-based government and the degree to which contracting enhances or diminishes government’s ability to ensure that organizations that deliver public services adhere to ethical practices and public values."