Empathy in Business Ethics Education Redux

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My original paper (Cohen 2012) argued that business ethics education should focus on cultivating empathetic concern. This response clarifies terminology used in that paper and responds to criticisms presented by David Ohreen (2013).

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Marc A. Cohen
Seattle University

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