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  1. Andrea Bunting, Libby Robin, Suzanne Uniacke, Nicolas Rasmussen, Graham Holland, Marilys Guillemin, Phillip Catton, Sverre Myhra, Rachel A. Ankeny, David Oldroyd, Ivan Crozier, Peter Anstey, Cathy Legg, Jan Edward Garrett, David Philip Miller, John Worrall, Andy Pickering, Hugh Lacey & S. S. Schweber (1999). Reviews. [REVIEW] Metascience 8 (1):125-195.
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  2. Jan Edward Garrett (1995). Corporate Ethics. Teaching Philosophy 18 (4):369-371.
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  3. Jan Edward Garrett (1993). The Moral Status of "the Many" in Aristotle. Journal of the History of Philosophy 31 (2):171-189.
  4. M. Afzalur Rahim, Jan Edward Garrett & Gabriel F. Buntzman (1992). Ethics of Managing Interpersonal Conflict in Organizations. Journal of Business Ethics 11 (5-6):423-432.
    Although managers spend over twenty percent of their time in conflict management, organization theorists have provided very few guidelines to help them do their job ethically. This paper attempts to provide some guidelines so that organizational members can use the styles of handling interpersonal conflict, such as integrating, obliging, dominating, avoiding, and compromising, with their superiors, subordinates, and peers ethically and effectively. It has been argued in this paper that, in general, each style of handling interpersonal conflict is appropriate if (...)
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  5. Jan Edward Garrett (1991). Toward an Ontology of the State. Social Philosophy Today 5:63-77.
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  6. Jan Edward Garrett (1989). Unredistributable Corporate Moral Responsibility. Journal of Business Ethics 8 (7):535 - 545.
    Certain cases of corporate action seem especially resistant to a shared moral evaluation. Conservatives may argue that if bad intentions cannot be demonstrated, corporations and their managers are not blame-worthy, while liberals may insist that the results of corporate actions were predictable and so somebody must be to blame. Against this background, the theory that sometimes a corporation's moral responsibility cannot be redistributed, even in principle, to the individuals involved, seems quite attractive.This doctrine of unredistributable corporate moral responsibility (UCMR) is, (...)
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  7. Jan Edward Garrett (1988). Persons, Kinds, and Corporations: An Aristotelian View. Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 49 (2):261-281.
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  8. Jan Edward Garrett (1987). Aristotle's Nontechnical Conception of Techne. Modern Schoolman 64 (4):283-294.
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  9. Jan Edward Garrett (1982). Holism and Anthropocentrism in the Philosophy of Wilfrid Desan. Modern Schoolman 59 (2):127-133.
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  10. Jan Edward Garrett (1978). Hans-Georg Gadamer on ?Fusion of Horizons? Man and World 11 (3-4):392-400.
  11. Jan Edward Garrett (1978). Hans-Georg Gadamer's Theory of Preunderstanding. Dissertation, University of Minnesota
     
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