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Profile: Paul Griseri (Middlesex University)
Profile: Paul Griseri
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    Paul Griseri (2010). Editorial. Philosophy of Management 9 (1):1-3.
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    Paul Griseri (2003). Paul Griseri, Management Philosophy: A Radical-Normative Perspective. [REVIEW] Philosophy of Management 3 (2):67-71.
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    Paul Griseri, Frits Schipper, Nigel Laurie & Mark Dibben (2010). Real Knowledge Managers. The Philosophers' Magazine 49 (49):77-80.
    There is a presumption that it is the philosophers who know the truth, and the business people who need to be told it. However, business is a unique phenomenon. At no time in human history has anything quite like this been seen before. Unreflective or no, crises or no, poverty or no, something works in this system.
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    Paul Griseri (1987). Can a Dead Man Be Harmed? Philosophical Investigations 10 (4):317-329.
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    Paul Griseri (1985). Punishment and Reparation. Philosophical Quarterly 35 (141):394-413.
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    Paul Griseri (2001). Popular Management Books: How They Are Made and What They Mean for Organisations by Staffan Furusten. [REVIEW] Philosophy of Management 1 (2):89-92.
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    Paul Griseri (2005). The Ideal of Professionalism. Philosophy of Management 5 (3):71-78.
    Bob Brecher raises a critique of professional ethics on the basis that it is less concerned with the protection of the public and is more a legalistic device that protects professionals from being accountable, often by defining certain issues out of court. His argument is criticised on the basis that it focuses upon the existing professions, and does not address the general idea of professionalism. This paper presents professionalism as being based in the idea of a job well done, which (...)
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    Paul Griseri (2008). What Do We Know About Organisations? A Socratic Dialogue. Philosophy of Management 6 (3):3-22.
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    Paul Griseri (2013). Critical Discussion: Philosophy and Organization, Edited by Campbell Jones and René Ten Bos. [REVIEW] Philosophy of Management 12 (1):67-73.
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    Paul Griseri (2014). Concrete Abstractions. Philosophy of Management 13 (2):1-3.
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    Paul Griseri (2008). In Defence of Principles? A Response to Lurie and Albin. Journal of Business Ethics 83 (4):615 - 625.
    This article presents a response to a recent article by Yotam Lurie and Robert Albin in which they discuss and present the merits of casuistry as a method for resolving moral dilemmas in business, principally by developing 'edifying' perspectives on the situation, and in doing so highlight the shortcomings of principles (such as the categorical imperative) in generating insights and thereby moral choices. The present article accepts the importance of cases and examples as a source of insight, but argues that (...)
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    Paul Griseri (1994). FOCUS: Consistency and Sympathy Changing Attitudes Through Moral Theories. Business Ethics 3 (4):201–206.
    Arguments may have little effect in changing people's views, but trying to sympathise with another's point of view can open the possibility of changing one's own attitude. Dr.Griseri is Director of the MBA Programme at the Management Centre, London Guildhall University, 84 Moorgate, London EC2M 6SQ.
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    Paul Griseri (2002). Emotion and Cognition in Business Ethics Teaching. Teaching Business Ethics 6 (3):371-391.
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  14. Paul Griseri (2013). An Introduction to the Philosophy of Management. Sage.
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  15. Paul Griseri (2014). Editorial: Care, Mufti, and the Instrumental Turn. Philosophy of Management 13 (1):1-4.
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  16. Paul Griseri (1994). FOCUS: Consistency and Sympathy Changing Attitudes Through Moral Theories. Business Ethics: A European Review 3 (4):201-206.
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  17. Paul Griseri (2008). In Defence of Principles? A Response to Lurie and Albin. Journal of Business Ethics 83 (4):615-625.
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  18. Paul Griseri & Jon Groucutt (1997). In Search of Business Ethics. Monograph Collection (Matt - Pseudo).
     
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  19. Paul Griseri (2014). Loyal Talents, Distorted Knowledge? Philosophy of Management 13 (3):1-2.
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  20. Paul Griseri (1998). Managing Values Ethical Change in Organisations. Monograph Collection (Matt - Pseudo).
     
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  21. Paul Griseri (2013). Ontology and the Good in Organisations. Philosophy of Management 12 (3):1-3.
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  22. Paul Griseri (1988). The Master of the Passions? An Examination of the Role of Reason in Action. Dissertation, University of Kent at Canterbury (United Kingdom)
    Available from UMI in association with The British Library. ;Is reason the slave of the passions? In Part I it is argued that neither the humean nor the kantian answers to this question can be maintained simpliciter. Each side of the controversy has to make significant concessions to the other. One consequence of this is that humean and kantian approaches to action are less clearly distinguished than might initially be supposed. ;In Part II several central notions are examined. The idea (...)
     
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