Profit As Prohibited By Egilman And Bohme
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Profit as stated by Egilman, and Bohme (2014) is fundamentally superior to the well-being of civilization and the planet that it inhabits. In the pursuit of wealth science has played pawn to the checker board of corporate greed. This the authors argue has seen business protect their investment by scientific distortion. A prime example of this manipulation of the truth is found in research denouncing the health risk behind smoking (Capps & Van Der Eijk, 2014). The author of this paper strengthens this argument by way of revealing that research councils paraded as scientific endeavours were nothing more than self-serving protectionist, employed purely for financial protection of the tobacco companies.
While morality is questionable in the above