Analysing involves taking something apart and breaking it down in order to examine it. You need to analyse ideas, arguments or data carefully before you can evaluate them. See also sections 21 and 22 for other useful words and phrases. We need to break down / separate out / unpick / deconstruct the term ‘business ethics’ into its constituent parts / components / elements. Separating / Uncoupling / Disassociating rights from responsibilities gives us a clearer picture of the issue. The author’s use of the word ‘freedom’ blurs the (crucial) distinction / line between individual and collective choice.
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