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  • Benefits come from good behaviour, you shouldn't be on good behavior for the benefits. "Everybody should just do the ideal thing" is a naive expectation. And I believe that is the case even for individuals too: if you need someone to act in Mut 21 coins a moral way the ideal way to do that's to give them the right incentives and rewards to make acting morally the greatest and most attractive solution for them. If you don't then your society will be unstable.This is where I see this debate breaking down. Corporations aren't people, they do not have some built-in moral instincts. If they act , it's because they benefit, there is no other reason. Either because there is pressure from their workers to behave in ways consistent with the morals and beliefs of the employees, or external pressure from consumers or governments. After I see EA donate to the causes or implement efforts to help out black developers or things of this type, then I'll praise them. We simply should demand a high standard and stop allowing firms off the hook easily.

    Why don't you encourage them in doing both? Words are actions, oftentimes. Placing out an overview of belief like this isn't simple. I'd hope they are also doing stuff items to create the lives of their black employees better but that doesn't mean I need to take care of this as meaningless. Placing out a public announcement is actually a fantastic step forward for initiatives like that, because if EA isn't doing enough then it's really easy for people tirelessly to say"Look, our actions are materially different from our stated values and we should do something about this" In the end of the day should you refuse to acknowledge when a business makes a small step you appreciate then how do they ever learn how to generate a large step you love? You're treating this just like a political negotiation in which earning this small concession means you won't have the bargaining power to make a larger one later on. Is your lesson you want them to understand from this that human decency isn't worth appealing to since it doesn't actually affect purchasing decisions?

    I believe based on your comment that we're going to fundamentally disagree on idealism vs. realism, and that's fine. I find myself generally at the center of realism and idealism since I understand how the world works but I want a better world; you do not have to select one or another. I don't understand why we have to provide corporations a pass just as they aren't individuals (that Citizens United would disagree with but that is another argument.) We should not just accept the best we are given by a business, we should anticipate the best we need out of these. Companies are made of humans calling the shots and there are an infinite number of examples of organizations that make enormous profits and stand up for great causes. Patagonia is a great example. They do not need to make sustainable products and offer repair and reuse apps to buy Madden nfl 21 coins go against fast trend, but they do and they make a ton of money .