|Author:||George Charles S. Benson,Thomas S. Engeman|
|Subcategory:||Politics & Government|
|Publisher:||Carolina Academic Pr; Revised edition (June 1, 1982)|
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by. Benson, George Charles Sumner, 1908-; Engeman, Thomas . joint author. Violence, White collar crimes, Social ethics.
While in Claremont he coauthored Amoral America with George . Among Engeman’s scholarly writings, his study of Thomas More’s Utopia is particularly subtle and profound, improving on the large body of scholarship that treated Utopia as . . Benson, founding president of Claremont McKenna College.
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Amoral America: Sources of Morality in a Liberal Society. Benson, George Charles Sumner was born on January 16, 1908 in New York City. Son of Eugene Huntington and Helen (Sumner) Benson. 92083/?tag prabook0b-20. New Centralization: A Study of Intergovernmental Relationships in the U S (American federalism). 04774/?tag prabook0b-20. Business Ethics in America. Bachelor, Pomona College.
In business moral considerations are not needed. Business and ethics are incongruous. Moralizing is out of place in business. The myth is created by the following misconceptions about ethics: 1. The general conception that ethics is an ideal system, which is all very noble in theory but no good in practice. 2. Ethics is inapplicable to the real world or to one’s professional life. The myth of amoral business has a corollary that makes ethical paralysis almost inevitable. It is the dog-cat-dog rhetoric of the Darwinian jungle ‘survival of the fittest’.
In Bergson's "Two Sources," the famous french thinker applies his relational methodology and metaphysic to an analysis of religion and morality. Bergson himself was certainly very careful about how he presented his own religious sentiments, and this book continues to show that care, coupled now with his meticulous attention to phenomenological detail. Hence, this is not a proselytizing sermon, but a close analysis of phenomenological sources of religious and moral sentiment. This is a later work of Bergson's, and as such, it might not be the best introduction to his work.
George Stuart Benson (September 26, 1898-December 15, 1991) was an American missionary, college administrator, and conservative political activist. After fleeing communist uprisings in China as a missionary, Benson became an anticommunist and conservative activist, taking stances against the New Deal, and later, racial integration.