“Ethical Glass Ceiling: is a term my sister coined to mean the point at which an actor (as in, a person taking action) stops asking the question “Is this an okay thing to do?” because he has arrived at a plausible answer that justifies taking the action that most benefits him or his organization (or maybe even his self-image). It doesn’t rise to the level of rationalization, but it’s why economic actors don’t agonize over ethical fine points.
JJBoogie demonstrates the point in his tweet in response to Neil Young’s demand that Spotify remove Joe Rogan or remove Young’s music…
Ok now do big Pharma.
— JJ Boogie (@JJ_Boogie) January 28, 2022