Nicholas Capaldi has an intriguing perspective on how two rival paradigms has framed and continues to forge normative business ethics. This article shaped a quite a bit of my understanding of normative business ethics and played an important role in my recent master's thesis in philosophy.
With Google reader closing, it's time to turn to a new feed-reader. In that regard I have now switched to feedly. Importing my google reader info was easy. Feedly is also aesthetically pleasing on the eyes. All in all I'm quite satisfied.
I Just bought The Benevolent Nature of Capitalism by George Reisman. It is a collection of some of George Reismans essays on capitalism that has just recently been released for the Kindle. The 11 Essays consists of the following: The Benevolent Nature of Capitalism, Freedom, Capitalism the Cure for Racism, Education and the Racist Road to Barbarism, Where Would General Motors be without the Automobile Workers Union?, General Motors, RIP, How the 1 % Provides the Standard of Living for the 99%, Free Speech and Occupy Wall Street, the Toxicity of Environmentalism and Gun Control: Controlling the Government's Guns.