The Application of Platonic and Hegelian Ethics to Business

For a $150 admission fee, students earned credit in the College of Professional and Continuing Studies, as well as extra credit in the professor's School of Business classes. The symposium's subject, the students say, was the application of Platonic and Hegelian ethics to business.

 So how does the Platonic and Hegelian Ethics work, basically (it seems) you get a couple of strippers in a room and do lapdances (teacher included), and you "tip" them money. And he charged $150 per student to teach them that.

Philadelphia has some geniuses !

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