Of Dice and Men

  • Russell Ford
Part of the Issues in Business Ethics book series (IBET, volume 24)


Business Ethic Aesthetic Experience Human Play Transitional Object Restricted Game 
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Further Reading

  1. Allhoff, Fritz. 2003. “Business Bluffing Reconsidered,” Journal of Business Ethics, Vol. 45:283–289.Google Scholar
  2. Beach, John. 1985. “Bluffing: Its Demise as a Subject Unto Itself,”Journal of Business Ethics, 4(3): 191–196.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  3. Betz, Joseph. 1998. “Business Ethics and Politics,” Business Ethics Quarterly, 8: 693–702.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  4. Carson, Thomas. 1993. “Second Thoughts About Bluffing,” Business Ethics Quarterly, 3(4): 317–341.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  5. Heckman, Peter. 1992. “Business and Games,” Journal of Business Ethics, 11(12) 933–938.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  6. Hennessey, Jr., John W., & Gert, Bernard. 1985. “Moral Rules and Moral Ideals: A Useful Distinction in Business and Professional Practice,” Journal of Business Ethics, 4(2): 105–115.Google Scholar
  7. Koehn, Daryl. 1997. “Business and Game-Playing: The False Analogy,”Journal of Business Ethics, 16(12–13): 1447–1452.Google Scholar
  8. Piker, Andrew. 2002. “Ethical Immunity in Business: A Response to Two Arguments,” Journal of Business Ethics, 36(4): 337–346.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  9. Rosen, C. Martin, & Carr, Gabrielle M. 1997. “Fares and Free Riders on the Information Highway,” Journal of Business Ethics, 16(12–13): 1439–1445.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  10. Solomon, Robert C. 1999. “Game Theory as a Model for Business and Business Ethics,” Business Ethics Quarterly, 9(1): 11–29.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  11. Sullivan, Roger J. 1984. “A Response to “Is Business Bluffing Ethical?,” Business and Professional Ethics Journal, 3:1–18.Google Scholar
  12. Van Wyk, Robert N., 1990. “When is Lying Morally Permissible?: Casuistical Reflections on the Game Analogy, Self-Defense, Social Contract Ethics, andIdeals,Journal of Value Inquiry, 24(2): 155–168.CrossRefGoogle Scholar


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Authors and Affiliations

  • Russell Ford
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  1. 1.Assistant Professor in the Department of PhilosophyElmhurst College, Pennsylvania State UniversityPennsylvania

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