1st Edition

Morality Management and Situation Ethics Metatheory and Practice

By Jan Franciszek Jacko Copyright 2025
    170 Pages
    by Routledge

    Morality is the individual or social conventions about moral norms and rules while morality management signifies the process and functions of planning, organising, motivating, and controlling morality. This book presents the philosophical assumptions of situation ethics to show the practice of morality management that follows from them. This research comprises theoretical and applied aspects: It is an investigation into metaethics that encompasses strategic and quality management problems. With the example of situation ethics, the book illustrates the role of philosophical investigations and solutions in management theory and practice. It will be of interest to researchers, academics, and advanced students in the fields of business and management studies, ethics, quality management, and philosophy. Furthermore, this book may be useful for senior executives and politicians charged with negotiating complicated moral quandaries and overseeing the implementation of ethical policies in their organisations and communities.

    Introduction

    Chapter I. Preliminary Concepts

    Chapter II: Three Projects of Morality

    Chapter III: Three Metatheories of Morality Management

    Chapter IV: Three Tactics of Morality Management

    Chapter V: Metaethical Dilemmas

    Chapter VI: Some Moral Hazards

    Chapter VII: Perspectives for Research

    Concluding Remarks

    Biography

    Jan Franciszek Jacko is an Associate Professor at the Jagiellonian University, Poland. His research interests are rational choice theory, business ethics and applied philosophy.