DECEPTION IN BUSINESS AFFAIRS: HOW FAR IT IS TOLERATED? Therefore, it is clear that from the analysis of the above paragraphs that law is evidently in conflict with both non-consequentialist moral theories and with those consequentialist theories that endorse a rule against deception. The laws tolerate deception as normal in many instances and see it as customary part of many economic interactions. They use assumptions of economic theories to justify such status. First assumption is that there
for it’s diversity-- has lost sight of the importance of traditions, and trades, that have been passed on for generations. We are so lost in this disposable way of life that we sacrifice beauty for things like paper napkins and particle board. Not only
increasing (Mitchell, 2010). Butterfield is also known for his novel of “China: Alive in the Bitter Sea which won a National Book Award, and was part of the Pulitzer Prize- winning reporting team at the New York Times that broke the story of the Pentagon Papers” (Butterfield, 2008). He recently became a national correspondent for the Times, writing about his views and analysis on crime and violence (Butterfield, 2008).