What follows is an argument that can be used to justify the introduction of philosophical, and specifically ethical, discourse into a wide range of university courses. The argument advanced is, we hope, both sufficiently formal to convince administrators, and sufficiently broad to convince students, of the practical importance that at least one area of philosophy has for the successful pursuit of even the most praxis-oriented career.
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NOWACKI, Mark and Eecke, Wilfried Ver, "Using the Economic Concept of a 'Merit Good' to Justify the Teaching of Ethics across the University Curriculum" (2008). Research Collection School of Social Sciences. Paper 542.
Available at: http://ink.library.smu.edu.sg/soss_research/542
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