By Yuichi Shionoya (auth.), Prof. Emeritus Yuichi Shionoya, Prof. Kiichiro Yagi (eds.)
This publication is the results of the 1st SEEP (Studies in fiscal Ethics and Philosophy) convention that was once held in Asia. Fist, the Western culture is reinterpreted and restated by way of the 2 editors with their varied standpoint of advantage ethics and communicative ethics. Then, new methods corresponding to "critical realism", "reciprocal delivery", "evolutionary concept" and "cultural reviews" are utilized to appreciate moral difficulties in economics. extra, not like the reassessment of Scottish ethical philosophy and German Romanticism, chinese language, eastern, and Korean moral considering is tested below the fashionable point of view. This e-book doesn't pass over the reflections on present difficulties round the penetration of corruption and the primacy of shareholders'value within the box of business.
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E. ' In this sphere of interest, we might have a benevolent prince that follows the utilitarian principle of maximizing the interest of society as a whole. Other subjects confine themselves in their private sphere supported by the utilitarian despot, and indulge themselves in pursuing their private interest. It is not realistic at all to assume an ideal utilitarian as the only expansive egoist and expect that subordinates sympathetically identify themselves with him so as to transform their individual interest into the general interest of society as a whole.
I, Frankfurt (Suhrkamp) 1971. 17 18 YAMAGISHI (1998, p. 202, Yagi's rough translation). YAMAGISHI (1998, p. 202, Yagi's rough translation). 40 TRUST AND SYMPATHY IN THE SOCIAL AND MARKET ORDER HEGEL, G. W. : Phiinomenologie des Geistes, (1807), in: G. W. F. HEGEL: Werke, vol. 3, Frankfurt (Suhrkamp) 1969. : Vertrauen: Ein Mechanismus der Reduktion sozialer Komplexitiit, Stuttgart (Enke) 1968. : Zur Kritik der politischen Okonomie, Berlin 1859. : Das Kapital, Bd. I, Hamburg 1867. : "Biirgerliche Gesellschaft", in: O.
Does it follow thereby that projects such as critical realism are inherently devoid of ethical implications? I do not think so. Here I want to indicate something of what I believe does follow concerning matters of ethics. The primary aim of this paper is thus clarification and elaboration. Because the allotted question of evaluating trust, competition and cooperation is effectively a special case of my central topic here, the following arguments concerning them must be seen as somewhat preliminary, laying the grounds for a more extensive examination to be pursued on another occasion.
Competition, Trust, and Cooperation: A Comparative Study by Yuichi Shionoya (auth.), Prof. Emeritus Yuichi Shionoya, Prof. Kiichiro Yagi (eds.)