Philosophy for Business

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Philosophy for Business
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Launched on 2 November 2003, Philosophy for Business is an e-journal published by the International Society for Philosophers, looking at philosophical and ethical aspects of business practice.

We are aiming for a wide circulation to companies and corporations around the world, as well as academic philosophers.

In order to gain the widest possible readership, articles should be written in simple, non-technical language. The target length is 2500 words.

Some themes that we will be looking at:

   Globalization and monopoly
   Is business ethics possible?
   Philosophy of economics
   Practical ethics
   Idea of a code of conduct
   Freedom of speech
   Industrial democracy
   Whistle blowing
   Ecology and sustainability
   Education and health
   Business and the law
   Tax avoidance and evasion



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LIST MANAGER

Geoffrey Klempner

klempner@fastmail.net




EDITORS

Marco Senatore
marco.senatore@tesoro.it

Peter S Borkowski
p.borkowski@aui.ma

Dena Hurst
dena.hurst@appa.edu

Sean Jasso
sean.jasso@pepperdine.edu





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ABOUT THE EDITORS


Marco Senatore

Issue 80

University of Rome La Sapienza
Rome
Italy

Marco Senatore was born in 1975 in Genoa, Italy. He is an economist
and a civil servant.

After attending classical lyceum, he graduated in Political Sciences
at the University of Rome in 2001, before getting some Masters in
Finance and International Economics. He worked at the Ministry of
Economy and Finance of Italy and as an advisor at the Executive Board
of the International Monetary Fund.

His novel 'Facebook e le monadi' (2012) and his philosophy book
'Scambiare autonomia' (2013, English Edition 'Exchanging Autonomy'
2014, Xlibris) were published in Italy by the university press
Aracne. His personal interests include politics, philosophy and
sociology books, novels, movies, jazz, rock and pop music,
meditation. He speaks Italian, English, French and Spanish.

Email: marco.senatore@tesoro.it

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Peter S Borkowski

Issue 76, Issue 77, Issue 78

Al Akhawayn University
Ifrane
Morocco
School of Humanities and Social Sciences

PhD (2009) Philosophy, St Kliment Okhridski
University of Sofia, Bulgaria

Peter Stefan Borkowski was born in 1969 in Cleveland, Ohio (USA).
After completing his MA in philosophy at Cleveland State University,
he began his career in textbook sales and editing for print media and
radio. Since 2002 he has taught university courses in public speaking,
argumentation, and business communications in Bulgaria, Turkey, and
Egypt. His interests are in the areas of persuasion studies and
promoting philosophy in the practical subjects of university
curricula.

Email: p.borkowski@aui.ma

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Dena Hurst

From https://www.appa.edu/prohurs.htm:

Dena Hurst, Ph.D.
Instructor/ Researcher
Florida State University

"My career has been dedicated to the idea that philosophy can be
applied to improve the quality of our lives and our communities.

"I currently work has a project manager and researcher for the
Florida Institute of Government, where I have worked for the past 18
years. My primary project work for the past five years has been
designing curricula for leadership and certification programs in
various government sectors and providing group and individual
coaching/counseling.

"I also teach applied philosophy courses, including philosophy
of race/ class/ gender, philosophy of feminism, political philosophy,
ethics and bioethics, classical logic, and critical thinking.

"I write, consult, lecture, and provide individual coaching and
guidance in the areas of leadership, governance, process improvement,
performance management, and change. With my colleague, Dr. Ray
Jorgensen, I co-authored Oracle of the Obvious: Secrets of Common
Sense Leadership (2010), and we are currently writing a second book
on facilitation practices.

"I am a certified philosophical counselor and work as associate
editor for the American Philosophical Practitioners Association
journal, Philosophical Practice.

"I have a bachelor's degree in Economics from Stetson University
and a master's degree and doctorate in Philosophy from Florida State
University. I live in Florida with my daughter and five rescue
pets."

Email: dhurst@iog.fsu.edu or dena.hurst@appa.edu

Web: http://www.denahurst.com

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Sean Jasso

From http://bschool.pepperdine.edu/about/people/faculty/
?faculty=sean_jasso:

Practitioner Faculty of Economics
Pepperdine Graziadio School of Business and Management

PhD, Claremont Graduate University
MPP, Claremont Graduate University
MBA, Pepperdine University
BA, University of California, Los Angeles

"Dr. Jasso writes, teaches, and consults in the areas of political
economy, public policy, strategic marketing, and business ethics.
Working for several years in the hospitality and healthcare
industries, he combines his training in service, leadership, and
politics into his own consulting practice serving local and national
government agencies as well as various global entrepreneurial
organizations. Dr. Jasso delivers seminars, workshops, and speeches
on the global economy, Sarbanes-Oxley, and leadership. His objective
in teaching, research, and consulting has always been to build a
transdisciplinary approach of applying political and management
theories and applications to help organizations and individuals reach
their potential in what he calls The New Corporation."

Email: sean.jasso@pepperdine.edu