Proceedings of the International Association for Business and Society

Volume 15, 2004

Proceedings of the Fifteenth Annual Meeting

Brian K. Burton, Michael Goldsby, Craig P. Dunn
Pages 34-42

Rossian Moral Pluralism as a Framework for Business Ethics

In this paper we propose the question, “How can we construct ethical theories that recognize complexity in business decisions and offer persuasive moral positions?” We examine alternative positions, argue for moral pluralism as the most reasonable alternative, and examine Rossian moral pluralism as the most plausible form of pluralism to use in this project.