A variety of objections have been raised by professionals and academics to moral theories and language as appropriate for discussing about environmental matters related to business, inter alia, accusing them and also the promotion of the guilt feeling which would result in nowhere. In addition, in business organizations the hegemonic approach to the environment results in elimination of the moral considerations (Gardiner 2006). This is because of the fact that in most of the cases the amoral viewpoint is regarded as the only or the best strategy which enables to view the environment as the legitimate business theme by the professionals in the industry. However, within a given system of norms, values, virtues and ideals characteristics of the business world they must take the necessary action (Goodpaster 1978). For instance, issues related to the world like that of carrying capacity of the earth might result in distraction, confusion, stupor or anxiety. Thus, making managers bear the outcome of the moral language according to the amoral viewpoint is ineffective or serves no purpose.
In addition, one must keep in mind with regards to the accusation of being inducing or discouraging activity that how difficult and complex it is to find what motivates and stimulates individuals which also encompass the corporate executives. There might be many who would disagree with the theories of Hobbes and Kant but to abandon the moral viewpoint by managers or anybody else is that it might result in altruism.
With reference to the people who are against the morality as it doesn’t render any solutions, it could be asked whether the answers are unpopular of the problem is that it really lacks answers.