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    Business Ethics in Russia.Ruben G. Apressyan - 1997 - Journal of Business Ethics 16 (14):1561-1570.
    Most of the features of modern Russian business are transient, determined by the transitional character of the Russian economy and drastic changes in the social structure, ideology, and consciousness of Russian society in general. There are three main normative experiences in the traditions of Russian business: a) the experience of pre-Revolutionary business, specifically developed and practiced by the merchants of the old-believers extraction; b) the experience of socialist economy, which was more or less oriented to the public good and presupposed (...)
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  2. Conceptualizing Morality in Early Modern Philosophy.Ruben G. Apressyan - 2020 - Russian Studies in Philosophy 58 (2):124-137.
    In the Early Modern time, moral philosophy underwent substantial changes. The most important among them were growing opposition to the theonomous understand...
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    Don-Juanism: Value Dispositions, Preferences, Manners.Ruben G. Apressyan - 2020 - Russian Studies in Philosophy 58 (2):138-149.
    Don Juanism is a type of consciousness, value system, and mode of behavior specific to amorous–erotic relationships. It reflects an overall image of Don Juan as presented in Molière’s famous comedy...
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  4. Genesis of the Golden Rule.Ruben G. Apressyan - 2020 - Russian Studies in Philosophy 58 (2):109-123.
    We know the Golden Rule of morality from various formulations in the most ancient of literary sources. Having a certain philosophical–theoretical and normative-ethical concept of the Golden Rule, w...
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    On the Right to Lie.Ruben G. Apressyan - 2009 - Russian Studies in Philosophy 48 (3):9-25.
    The author questions the validity of Kant's insistence on the absoluteness of the requirement "Do not lie" as well as the very possibility of absolute moral principles in general. He argues for applied ethics, the object of which would be individual-situational behavior and the rules and requirements of which have a concrete situational character. He points out that Kant's insistence on the absoluteness contradicts the humanity imperative, especially its requirement to treat others as an end in itself. He stresses that (...)
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    Revenge Is Mine, I Will Repay.Ruben G. Apressyan - 2009 - Russian Studies in Philosophy 48 (2):8-27.
    By placing Jesus's commandment not to "resist evil" in its textual and religious context, the author demonstrates that it should not be interpreted in an absolute sense. Christianity does not condemn vengeance as such but makes it a divine prerogative. A critique is presented of Tolstoy's doctrine of nonviolence.
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  7. Toward a Core Understanding of Morality.Ruben G. Apressyan - 2020 - Russian Studies in Philosophy 58 (2):93-108.
    The meaning of morality lies in the coordination of private interests for the good of individuals and of society. Morally positive actions are those that affirm and contribute to the good of anothe...
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    The Ethics of Force: Against Aggression and Violence.Ruben G. Apressyan - 2009 - Diogenes 56 (2-3):95-109.
    In opposition to the absolutist ethics of non-violence, the author argues that in response to aggression and violence one has to use every means possible to prevent them. To resist violence is a moral duty of the individual. It would be desirable for violence to be prevented by strength of mind, but if strength of mind is not enough or the aggressor is insensitive to intellectual, spiritual and psychological impacts, one has to employ by accretion all necessary means. Ethics is (...)
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    The Issue of Sociability in the Early Modern Moral Philosophy.Ruben G. Apressyan - 2019 - Russian Journal of Philosophical Sciences 62 (10):7-24.
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    Whether the Golden Rule Is in Aristotle’s Ethics.Ruben G. Apressyan - 2016 - Russian Studies in Philosophy 54 (6):456-470.
    Although Aristotle did not use the formula of the Golden Rule in his texts, in his intellectual constructions he often presented interpretations of the virtuous character and virtuous relationships that are clearly related to the Golden Rule. Furthermore, Aristotle’s considerations of shame, social interaction, and friendship show that his ethics is saturated with the content and spirit of the Golden Rule.
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