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  1. Michael Polanyi: Tacit Knowledge, Articulation and Economics.Pedro Blas Gonzalez - 2012 - Philosophy for Business 75.
  2. Consolations of a Business Philosopher.Geoffrey Klempner - 2012 - Philosophy for Business 75.
     
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  3. The Problem of Abortion: A Utilitarian Discussion.Tejasha Kalita - 2012 - Philosophy for Business 74.
     
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  4. The Fetish of Risk.Geoff Skoll & Maximiliano Korstanje - 2012 - Philosophy for Business 74.
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  5. Friedrich Hayek: The Mont Pelerin Society and 'The Facts of the Social Sciences'.Pedro Blas Gonzalez - 2012 - Philosophy for Business 73.
     
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  6. The German Model, Codetermination and Alexander Platz: Fusion or Confusion?Angela Richards - 2012 - Philosophy for Business 73.
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  7. Is Deep Ecology a Realistic Policy Goal?Prabhu Venkataraman & Devartha Morang - 2012 - Philosophy for Business 73.
     
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  8. Knowing What is Good For You. [REVIEW]Rachel Browne - 2012 - Philosophy for Business 72.
     
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  9. Screen Age Man and the Terror of Silence.Stephen Farthing - 2012 - Philosophy for Business 72.
     
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  10. Machiavelli and Business Ethics: Three Recent Answers.Delisa Winters, Peter Jones, Jurgen Lawrenz & Caterina Pangallo - 2012 - Philosophy for Business 72.
     
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    From Data and Information to Actionable Knowledge.Georgios Constantine Pentzaropoulos - 2012 - Philosophy for Business (75).
    Georgios Pentzaropoulos continues his investigation undertaken in 'Generating Stable Knowledge via Reduction in Entropy' (Philosophy Pathways Issue 167, 28 November 2011) looking at knowledge not as something we 'possess' -- the knowledge contained in a book, for example -- but rather as an active, or interactive process of increasing understanding through the judicious sifting and processing of raw information. As Macmurray argued in his Gifford Lectures, 'All knowledge is for the sake of action.' Instead of seeking to define some abstract (...)
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