Nielsen and Wilson

Nielsen and Wilson - Division of Labor • Modernization...

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Business Ethics Test 2 Review Wilson - Argues for capitalism as it is moral in nature - Can’t use ideal - Says that capitalism is not perfect Makes Argument that Capitalism is More Efficient - Necessary condition for democracy Creates inequalities? Every system produces inequality to some kind of hierarchy to get things done - Even poorest live better than richest in 3 rd world Damages Environment -only democratic governments will listen to environmentalists -rich nations can afford to worry One product and media
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Unformatted text preview: Division of Labor? • Modernization not Capitalism Virtues of Capitalism Civility, Trust, Self-Command, Cosmopolitanism Nielsen Main Point – Workers Own Means of Production through Ideal Its Viable because it gives… Autonomy (Capitalism – System Dictates) Democracy (Difference between Political and Economic Systems) Equality – (Disperity, Quality of Condition and Oppurtunity; Concrete vs Formal) Bueaucracies – agrees with Wilson but urges for oversight...
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This note was uploaded on 11/04/2010 for the course PHIL 106 taught by Professor Seltzer during the Spring '10 term at Penn State.

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