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What does moral leadership mean to you?

What does moral leadership mean to you?  In short, it means nothing.  ‘Moral leadership’ is meaningless.  Free of context, moral leadership, to borrow from King Solomon in the book of Ecclesiastes, is ‘utterly meaningless’. How then, do we attribute meaning to the rather abstract concept leadership, let alone, of moral leadership?  How do we infuse it with normative meaning?   In other words, what is the context in which the question is posed? For, this question would not have been asked by the…See More
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What does moral leadership mean to you?

What does moral leadership mean to you?  In short, it means nothing.  ‘Moral leadership’ is meaningless.  Free of context, moral leadership, to borrow from King Solomon in the book of Ecclesiastes, is ‘utterly meaningless’. How then, do we attribute meaning to the rather abstract concept leadership, let alone, of moral leadership?  How do we infuse it with normative meaning?   In other words, what is the context in which the question is posed? For, this question would not have been asked by the…See More
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I am a South African mature student. I am busy with a Masters in Theory of Literature on Walter Benjamin. I am interested in literature and rhetoric, politics, philosophy, and history.
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