European Journal of Law Reform

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Does Business Ethics Need Religion?

Keywords ethics, religion
Authors Edward J. Alam
Author's information

109354 Edward J. Alam
Edward J. Alam is Associate Professor at Notre Dame University, Louaize, Lebanon.
  • Abstract

      Although ‘Secular Ethics’ maintains that it is possible to be ethical and moral without religion, history and nature testify to the contrary. Even the trend in business ethics is to recognize the need for stable standards when measuring the good; and more and more business professionals argue for benchmarks of ethics per se rooted ultimately in values that stem from genuine religion.

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