Timothy Morton cares about the humans and things with which he co-exists, and doesn’t want to see them destroyed. But reading Hyperobjects: Philosophy and Ecology after the End of the World, Will Davies finds, it’s not entirely clear why. His version of environmental ethics is rather disquieting.
The concept of 'Creating Shared Value' took the academic and business communities by storm. This approach to social responsibility is an uncomfortable fit for small businesses though, Laura Spence finds, and proposes instead 'the ethic of care' as a more productive way of understanding social responsibility in the small business context.