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Educating Business Professionals by Susan D. Gotsch, Lana S. Nino

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Chapter 4

Framing Ethics Using a Liberal Arts Integrated Approach

The Master said, “I cannot enlighten a mind that is not already struggling to understand or provide the words to a tongue that is not already struggling to speak. If I hold up one corner of a problem and the student does not come back with the other three, I do not repeat the lesson.”

—Confucius1

Keywords

Business education, higher education, professionalism, foundation in ethics, ethical leadership, moral sensitivity, moral judgment, moral motivation, moral action

Introduction

As pointed out in the prior chapter, the first element on the wheel of professionalism is a foundation in ethics, thus recognizing the importance of this element in developing future professionals. Business ...

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