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Haddad, Robin A. Geiger.Key texts on the history of twentieth century ethics—Warnock's Ethics Since (), Urmson's The Emotivist Theory of Ethics (), Milller's Contemporary Metaethics: an Introduction () and Schroeder's Non-Cognitivism in Ethics ()—say nothing, or next to nothing, about Russell, at least in his capacity as a moral philosopher.Before Ethics in Business • The study of business ethics in North America has evolved through five distinct stages—(1) before(2) the s, (3) the s, (4) the s, and (5) the s—and continues to evolve in the twenty-first century.