v7 n5: Wyma Responds to Sportiello on the Virtues of Investment Advising

The Nature of a Practice’s Goods, by Keith Wyma

A RESPONSE TO Daniel Sportiello (2019), “MacIntyre and Wyma on Investment Advising,” Bus Ethics J Rev 7(1): 1–6,
https://doi.org/10.12747/bejr2019.07.01

Abstract:
Daniel Sportiello argues that my support of financial planning as a MacIntyrean practice fails because I have misunderstood the concept of internal goods, and because financial planning then has no internal good at all. Here, I rebut those charges.

To download the full PDF, click here: Wyma on Sportiello

Keith Wyma is professor of ethics at Whitworth University in Spokane, among other things teaching Business Ethics and coaching the school’s three-time national champion Intercollegiate Ethics Bowl team.



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