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  1. Andrew Gustafson (2013). "Business for the Common Good," by Kenman L. Wong and Scott B. Rae. Business Ethics Quarterly 23 (1):145-147.
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  2. Andrew Gustafson (2013). In Defense of a Utilitarian Business Ethic. Business and Society Review 118 (3):325-360.
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  3. Andrew Gustafson (2010). Rorty, Caputo and Business Ethics Without Metaphysics: Ethical Theories as Normative Narratives. Business Ethics 19 (2):140-153.
    Using the works of Richard Rorty and John Caputo, I want to suggest that we might be better off treating the traditional ethical theories of Kant, Mill, Aristotle and Hobbes as normative narratives rather than as justificatory schemes for moral decision making to be set up against one another. In a spirit akin to Husserl's 'bracketing' of metaphysics, when discussing ethical theories in business ethics, we can easily avoid metaphysics and use an (...)
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  4. Andrew Gustafson (2009). Mill's Poet–Philosopher, and the Instrumental-Social Importance of Poetry for Moral Sentiments. British Journal for the History of Philosophy 17 (4):821-847.
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  5. Andrew Gustafson (2009). J. S. Mill's Communal Utilitarian Self. International Philosophical Quarterly 49 (2):173-184.
    This article presents a reading of Mill in which his view of self is social rather than individualistic. I will provide criticisms of the radically-individualist interpretations of Mill offered by John Gray, R. P. Anschutz, and Robert Wolff. Gray and Anschutz get Mill wrong from the right, and Wolff gets Mill wrong from the left. Mill’s individualism has at times been overstated, leading to a neglect of the importance that he places on positive community influence of moral agents. This heavy (...)
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  6. Andrew Gustafson (2009). Mill on God. Faith and Philosophy 26 (3):346-348.
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  7. Andrew Gustafson (2005). Art and Poetry as the Basis of Moral Education. Teaching Ethics 6 (1):1-14.
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  8. Andrew Gustafson (2005). Categorizing Pain. In Murat Aydede (ed.), Pain: New Essays on its Nature and the Methodology of its Study. Cambridge Ma: Bradford Book/Mit Press.
     
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  9. Andrew Gustafson (2003). Utilitarians and Religion. Faith and Philosophy 20 (2):252-255.
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  10. Andrew Gustafson (2001). Advertising's Impact on Morality in Society: Influencing Habits and Desires of Consumers. Business and Society Review 106 (3):201-223.
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  11. Andrew Gustafson (2000). In Support of Ethical Holism. Business Ethics Quarterly 10 (2):441-450.
    In much of the written work on Christian or religious business ethics, a holistic framework is assumed but not argued for practicallyor supported philosophically. In this article I 1) outline a position of ethical holism, explaining its logic, motives, and consequences; 2)attack the ethical dualism of Carr, Friedman, and French; and 3) defend my theory against five possible objections. My basic thesisis that if a corporation wishes to hire employees who will act in compliance with ethical codes of the corporation, (...)
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  12. Andrew Gustafson (2000). Making Sense of Postmodern Business Ethics. Business Ethics Quarterly 10 (3):645-658.
    In this paper I will help provide some suggestions for a “postmodern” business ethic. I will do this by criticizing some recent work done in the field, and then put forth some basic themes in postmodern thinking that might be applied to business ethics. I will here criticize both Green’s and Walton’s articles on the possibility of postmodern business ethics. I will criticize Green on the grounds that his characterization of the definitive elements of postmodern thought are not definitive of (...)
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  13. Andrew Gustafson (1999). Scott Rae and Kenman L. Wong. Beyond Integrity: A Judeo-Christian Approach to Business Ethics. Teaching Business Ethics 3 (3):301-302.
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