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    Decolonising Knowledge: Can Ubuntu Ethics Save Us From Coloniality?Piet Naude - forthcoming - Journal of Business Ethics:1-15.
    This essay discusses whether an indigenous African ethic, as expressed in ubuntu, may serve as an example of how to decolonise Western knowledge. In the first part, the key claims of decolonisation of knowledge are set out. The second part analyses three strategies to construct models of ‘African’ ethics, namely transfer, translation and stating of a substantive rival model as contained in ubuntu ethics. After a critical appraisal of this substantive proposal, part three indicates the potential and limitation of the (...)
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    Some Ethical Considerations for South Africa's Climate Change Mitigation Approach in Light of the Paris Agreement.Lee-Anne Steenkamp & Piet Naude - 2018 - African Journal of Business Ethics 12 (2).
    Ethical questions of fairness, responsibility and burden-sharing are central to the international politics and policies of climate change. This paper considers two ethical issues pertinent to South Africa's national climate change response, namely: What is the global greenhouse gas atmospheric concentration level that the Paris Agreement seeks to achieve and What is South Africa's fair share of global GHG? The paper evaluates South Africa's climate change pledges in its Nationally Determined Contribution, together with suggestions as to how business leaders could (...)
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    Can We Overcome the Anthropocentrism Bias in Sustainability Discourse?Piet Naudé - 2017 - African Journal of Business Ethics 11 (2).
    Based on a turn to the rational human subject in Descartes, Kant and Feuerbach, this paper critically examines four efforts at shaping sustainability discourse: the definition of sustainability in Our common future; stewardship Christian theology; forms of partisan justice; and GDP as measure of economic growth. These efforts made certain advances, but because they share the underlying anthropocentric bias of Western philosophy, they fail to step out of the current sustainability paradigm. The paper closes with two suggestions of how to (...)
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    Is Prophetic Discourse Adequate to Address Global Economic Justice?Piet J. Naudé - 2011 - Hts Theological Studies 67 (1).
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    Toward Justice and Social Transformation? Appealing to the Tradition Against the Tradition.Piet J. Naude - 2017 - Hts Theological Studies 73 (3):1-8.
    This article starts with a brief statement on the well-known contradictory nature of the Reformed tradition in South Africa, defending injustice and struggling for justice in the name of the same tradition. By following the work of Reformed systematic theologian D.J. Smit, it argues that the justice-affirming potential of the Reformed tradition is a hermeneutical task built on three specific re-interpretations: the reinterpretation of Scripture from the perspective of the weak, the poor and the oppressed a rereading of John Calvin (...)
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    Cultural Justice. A Neglected Task of Business Ethics in Africa?Piet J. Naudé - 2007 - African Journal of Business Ethics 2 (1):40.
    This paper argues that an African business ethic should take the promotion of cultural justice as one of its major tasks. After an explanation of globalisation as homogenizing cultural force that shapes moral identity, the notion of cultural justice as "unselfconscious living" is explained. This is then set in the context of an agenda for business ethics in Africa that would require more work on how a narrative moral identity is constructed, and how trans-cultural business environments could be created and (...)
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  7. Of Article In Defence of Partisan Justice: What Can African Business Ethics.Piet J. Naudé - forthcoming - African Journal of Business Ethics.
     
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