Discusses the emergence of postmodernism as a philosophical stance and relates it to a pragmatic business ethic which assumes that the time is right for some social experimentation wherein practical ethical targets are given priority over theory and politics. Suggests that present market conditions make this realistic – the push by green consumers is an example. The managerial auditor may now need to take this business ethic into account.
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