Category Archive for: ‘Ethics’

Stangl Faked K2 Ascent: What Are We Climbing For?

News just came out this morning that Austrian speed climber Christian Stangl faked  his August 12 summit of K2. His was …

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Thursday Thought: Dan Pink on Autonomy & 21st Century Business

It was cold, brutally cold. The kind of cold that one only seems to find in the depth of February …

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Overdue Thursday Thought: Simone Moro and the Ethics of Everest

As many of you know, Everest, and the ethical issues surrounding it, have long been a part of my dialogue …

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Thursday Thought: Taking the Path of Obliquity

We've all heard it before, those famous words of Robert Frost about the path less traveled by making all the …

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Thursday Thought: Hegel, MLK, Obama, and the Dalai Lama

I definitely tend toward the left side of the political spectrum, and identify myself more as a Democrat than otherwise. …

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Gexev0169

Ethics on Everest…and in all our lives.

Find someone in need. A relative. A friend. A stranger.

Stop your daily business for a moment. Reach out to that person. See what you can do to help them.

They will be thankful for it, and so will you.

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Gexev0893

David Sharp, Everest, ethics, & climbing

Through David Zinger’s blog, I came across a great discussion on a great website, the Ethics Scoreboard. This article is …

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Everest Ethics

I just came across an interesting video on the Forbes website. It is an interview with Everest climber Robert Anderson …

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Vol2nu7

Everest Ethics

The Ethics of Everest… Another Everest season has just come to completion. As usual, it was filled with stories of …

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