Philosophy of Business: William Kline interview

Professor Kline visited Rockford College on Tuesday to give a talk on four major thinkers — Hobbes, Locke, Hume, and Smith — who in large part established the intellectual framework for our modern business world. Kline is a professor of philosophy at the University of Illinois, Springfield. Here is my seven-minute follow-up interview with Kline after his talk.

Professor Kline’s talk was sponsored by The Center for Ethics and Entrepreneurship.

Related:
William Kline on David Hume’s ethics.
Douglas Den Uyl on Milton Friedman, Friedrich Hayek, Adam Smith, and Ayn Rand.

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One Response to Philosophy of Business: William Kline interview

  1. Edward Fox says:

    Excellent!

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