1. The legal argument that Freeman presents can be summed up like this: caveat emptor has been replaced with caveat venditor. This means that:
2. What is Larmer’s criticism of Duska’s argument?
3. What is the argument by Ronald Duska, which Robert Larmer presents?
4. Which is one of the claims that Milton Friedman presents to make the case that a corporate executive who undertakes acts that are in line with the common understanding of corporate social responsibility is also accepting the doctrine of socialism?
5. Milton Friedman observes that if the same argument that advocates of corporate social responsibility say should be brought to corporate shareholders is instead brought before union members, the logical bankruptcy of the argument would be clearly evident because:
6. Edward Freeman article does not criticize capitalism nor does it seek its demise. Rather, it argues that managers (what Milton Friedman calls corporate executives) do not merely have a fiduciary duty to stockholders but also to:
7. How would the Kantian moral theory apply in resolving the negative effects on a community?
8. According to Kant, a maxim is:
9. How does Milton Friedman present the common understanding of socially responsible acts on the part of business?
10. According to Kant, the moral worth of an action:
11. It is unfair to criticize the profit-making purpose of business because:
12. What is the explanation of the standard view on whistleblowing presented by Sissela Bok and reported by Robert Larmer in his article?
13. A perfect duty:
14. Reason is a faculty that we have that:
15. How are suppliers negatively affected?