Can a business be said to have a moral character, to be virtuous, or to be held to a moral ideal beyond the moral minimum prescribed by law? Explain the reasons for your answer.

Can a business be said to have a moral character, to be virtuous, or to be held to a moral ideal beyond the moral minimum prescribed by law? Explain the reasons for your answer.

 

Solution

Yes, in my view, business can be said to have a moral character, to be virtuous or to be held to a moral ideal beyond the moral minimum prescribed by the law, as business is an entity. It is although not human, but it can

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