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James Brusseau, (PhD, Philosophy) is author of books and articles in contemporary Continental philosophy, the history of philosophy, and ethics.
He teaches at Pace University in New York City.

DataEthics.co investigates privacy and identity as they emerge from big data reality and algorithmic capitalism.

SurveillanceCameraMan is a short documentary about the philosophy and ethics of public filming.

WealthInequalityWorkshop.org is a documentary accompanied by a thought experiment designed to test convictions about wealth’s distribution.

CSR Handbook outlines the full range of philosophical and ethical conceptions of the corporation’s relation with society.

EthicsWorkshop.org is the applied ethics webpage supporting the textbooks Business Ethics Workshop and Ethics Workshop. The site links to case study videos, as well as to related content, especially at the intersection of philosophy and economics.

Cases.EthicsWorkshop.org is case study videos for classroom use (CreativeCommons).

JamesBrusseau.net is an academic webpage with theoretical philosophy publications.

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