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According to the aristotelian approach to ethics, political and other social institutions are supposed to be organized so that they contribute to the moral development of human beings. what are the implications of this view for economic institutions (e. g., firms)? what are the implications for government regulation of market activities? do you think these implications make the aristotelian approach to ethics more or less plausible?

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