chapter  2
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To the abovementioned undemanding, or least demanding, assumptions belongs the conjecture that business ethics, generally speaking, looks at economic action, to which a moral dimension can be (or is) attributed. This is so, despite all the narrow and constrained focusing on particular topics, on the one side, and all the omissions and overlaps to adjacent fields, on

the other side, which will cover much of our attention in the course of this treatise. In short, business ethics deals with economic actions that are moral at the same time.1