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- Bloomsbury Academic
- Levine, Michael P.
- black & white illustrations
- 234 x 156 x 15 mm
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- 49:B&W 6.14 x 9.21 in or 234 x 156 mm (Royal 8vo) Perfect Bound on White w/Gloss Lam
- 426 g
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Just what leadership studies needs: a collection that takes philosophy seriously. The editors rightly recognize that substantive philosophical issues cannot be resolved with data and definitions. The result is a book that takes up the hard questions of leadership. * Terry L. Price, Professor of Leadership Studies and Philosophy, Politics, Economics and Law, Jepson School of Leadership Studies, University of Richmond, USA *
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Jacqueline Boaks studied philosophy at The University of Western Australia, Australia. She is completing her PhD in Philosophy looking at leadership in the areas of ethics, political philosophy and business literature. Michael P. Levine is Winthrop Professor of Philosophy at the University of Western Australia, Australia. His publications include: Politics Most Unusual: Violence, Sovereignty and Democracy in the 'War on Terror' (with Damian Cox and Saul Newman 2009), Prospects for an Ethics of Architecture (with Bill Taylor, 2011) and The 'Katrina Effect' (with Bill Taylor, Oenone Rooksby and Joely-Kym Sobott, Bloomsbury 2015).
1. Preface - Jacqueline Boaks and Michael Levine 2. Foreword - Joanne B. Ciulla (University of Richmond) 3. Introduction: The plurality of leaderships; Leadership and ethics; the essays-Jacqueline Boaks and Michael Levine (University of Western Australia) Just What is the Relationship Between Leadership and Ethics? 4. An Unjust Leader is No Leader - Tom Angier (St Andrews) 5. Rulers, Moralities, and Leadership - Anna Moltchanova (Carleton) 6. Authority and Leadership: the ethical obligations of authority - Sarah Sorial (Wollongong) Some Concerns About Leadership 7. Must Leadership Be Undemocratic? - Jacqueline Boaks (University of Western Australia) 8. Plato's Paradox of Leadership - Damian Cox (Bond University) and Peter Crook (Bond University) 9. The Ethics of Authentic Leadership - Jessica Flanigan (Jepson School) 10. Leadership and Gender: Women's Mandate to Lead - Fiona Jenkins (ANU) Leadership - Applications and Examples 11. Leadership and Stakeholding-Thom Brooks (Durham University) 12. Parents, Children, and Good Leadership: the non-domination of children - Allyn Fives (Galway) 13. Leadership Ethics and Asymmetry- C. Sandis (Oxford Brookes) & N. N. Taleb (NYU Poly & Sorbonne) Bibliography Index