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    Aditi Gowri (2007). On Corporate Virtue. Journal of Business Ethics 70 (4):391 - 400.
    This paper considers the question of virtues appropriate to a corporate actor's moral character. A model of corporate appetites is developed by analogy with animal appetities; and the pursuit of initially virtuous corporate tendencies to an extreme degree is shown to be morally perilous. The author thus refutes a previous argument which suggested that (1) corporate virtues, unlike human virtues, need not be located on an Aristotelian mean between opposite undesirable extremes because (2) corporations do not have appetites; and (3) (...)
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    Aditi Gowri (1997). Towards a Moral Ecology: What is the Relationship Between Collective and Human Agents? Social Epistemology 11 (1):73 – 95.
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    Aditi Gowri (1998). Speech and Spending: Corporate Political Speech Rights Under the First Amendment. [REVIEW] Journal of Business Ethics 17 (16):1835-1860.
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    Aditi Gowri (2005). Six Kleptocratic Continua. Journal of Business Ethics 60 (4):411 - 421.
    This article suggests that criminality in leaders might best be understood by ethicists as a matter of degree. Leaders may take without legitimate claim a variety of tangible or intangible goods including ideas and personal health. The extent to which any such act should be disfavoured is subject to debate. Moreover, both theft and control may be understood as continuous phenomena. Kleptocratic regimes within workplace or family may foster in people a habit of accepting similar treatment from economic and political (...)
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    Aditi Gowri (1994). The Philosophy of Mathematics Education by Paul Ernest. Social Epistemology 8 (2):139 – 150.