Ireland’s Economic and Moral Crisis (via homophilosophicus)

This guy can write! I was scanning the net for business ethics sites and came across it. He writes with intelligence and passion. He’s often very indignant and appalled at what is happening in his country (similar to some one we know, right?).

I want to meet this guy. Like me he teaches. He talks about it with the same passion I bring to it. Read his stuff.

James Pilant

Ireland's Economic and Moral Crisis It has become clear to all but the very few that the heyday of Ireland's economic success of the past decade has come to an end. More than ten years of sometimes rapid growth in economies over Europe produced the illusion among speculators and investors of financial and economic invulnerability. So advanced was this delusion or group hysteria that Gordon Brown, the then Chancellor of the Exchequer of Great Britain, announced in the March 21st 200 … Read More

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4 thoughts on “Ireland’s Economic and Moral Crisis (via homophilosophicus)

  1. Dear James, thank you ever so much for your very encouraging and kind words. It is rather thrilling to see such things written of one’s own work. I must confess, however, that I am not a ‘business mind’ and write only as a taxpaying observer. Nevertheless, as a theologian and an Anglican minister (hence the Religious Education teaching) I do have a vested interest in the process of ethics. Ethics in the worlds of commerce, banking and business are integral in this project as they are culture-shaping agents within the wider community; the new temple if you will.

    Thank you also for the link to your own weblog, I shall make sure – if you do not mind – to mine it for ideas and references in my own writing.

    Kindest Regards,
    Jason Michael


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