The ideological context of business : capital

Graham, Philip W. (2001) The ideological context of business : capital. In Harrison, John (Ed.) Ethics for Australian Business. Prentice Hall, Frenchs Forest , NSW, pp. 10-24.

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This chapter focuses on the major social ruptures and developments that are most significant in the historical emergence and development of Capital and, more precisely, on those ruptures that highlight the most significant ethical issues upon which Capital, as a form of social organisation, is premised. Capital is most often viewed as a system of relationships between “things”, like land, labour, machinery, money, and so on. But this is to obscure the human relationships within which Capital flourishes.

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ID Code: 29771
Item Type: Book Chapter
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ISBN: 1740091310
Divisions: Past > Institutes > Institute for Creative Industries and Innovation
Copyright Owner: Copyright 2001 Prentice-Hall
Deposited On: 18 Jan 2010 22:55
Last Modified: 09 Jun 2010 14:17

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