Business Ethics Blog’s 5th Blogaversary (via The Business Ethics Blog)

Chris MacDonald has spent five years writing on the subject of business ethics. How many people have learned from his words, how many choices were made differently because of his moral ardor, how much he has made life better for all of us by his pursuit of ethics, all these could be the subject of debate. But the only debate that’s really viable here is the amount of good he has done. I do not believe an objective human being can conclude that his influence was null or small.

Let’s celebrate his success and hope for another five years (or better yet, a whole lifetime) of ethics blogging.

James Pilant

Business Ethics Blog's 5th Blogaversary Five years ago today, I posted my very first blog entry. It had no real substance, but it was a start. Five years later, I'm still blogging. And given that the average lifespan of a blog is something less than the average lifespan of a fruit fly, I think I now get to call myself a veteran blogger. Over the last five years, I've written over 720 blog entries. I've written on topics big and small and ridiculous. I've written about the collapse of m … Read More

via The Business Ethics Blog

4 thoughts on “Business Ethics Blog’s 5th Blogaversary (via The Business Ethics Blog)

  1. Read Chris column and I congratulate him for his avowed interest in Ethics blogs, five years since. Recently I was a jury to evaluate ethical standards essays by age group 15 to 23 and am happy of their outlook and keenness to be part of the ethical society. Chris must continue doing his work for long time to come.

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