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Karen Spear

I often turn away from yet another blog on GS and the financial crisis, but the thought-provoking questions in this blog are helpful.

A terrific book that addresses these very questions is Barry Padgett's Professional Morality and Guilty Bystanding. Padgett uses Thomas Merton's Conjectures of a Guilty Bystander as a jumping off point for questions of what constitutes good work. Worth checking into.

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