Work as a Calling, by Garrett Potts

My review of Garrett Potts’ Work as a Calling: from Meaningful Work to Good Work is now available at Business Ethics Quarterly (BEQ). It’s a fabulous read for anyone interested in finding meaning at work … and beyond. Congratulations, Garrett! “The limits of my language mean the limits of my world” (Wittgenstein 2021 [1922], 5.6, italicsContinue reading “Work as a Calling, by Garrett Potts”

New Year, New Projects

This year, 2023, marks a decade of living and learning in the United Kingdom — first as a postgraduate student, now as a postdoctoral research fellow. Here’s a preview of what’s ahead. Publications are on my mind as I enter the first full term in the McDonald post. My essay on the shrewd steward (LkContinue reading “New Year, New Projects”