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    Indirect Communication and Business Ethics.Ghislain Deslandes & Kenneth Casler - 2011 - Business and Professional Ethics Journal 30 (3-4):307-330.
    By deliberately placing ethics under the category of communication, Kierkegaard intended to show that it is like no other science. He distinguished betweendirect communication and indirect communication. Direct communication concerns objectivity and knowledge; indirect communication, on the other hand, has to do with subjectivity (“becoming-subject”). In this paper, the author presents Kierkegaard’s philosophy of communication and ethics with special emphasis on his irony and pseudonymous authorship. He also examines the possibility of a discourse in business ethics, focusing on the educational (...)
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    Managerial and Philosophical Intuition in the Thinking of Bergson and Mintzberg.Ghislain Deslandes & Kenneth Casler - 2010 - Philosophy of Management 9 (1):85-101.
    Within the Configuration school the management author Henry Mintzberg contributed a strong criticism of a normative conception of strategic planning, arguing that this is too narrow. The philosopher Henri Bergson embraced the totality of life as a creative evolution which transcends the fullness of a preconceived idea. While Mintzberg attempts to rethink the concept of strategy and Bergson to renew philosophical thought, together they share a vision of a changing and unpredictable world that enables them to discover – above and (...)
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