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Caring Principle and Practices in Corporate Social Responsibility


Debeljak, Jelena; Koričan, Mirna; Krkač, Kristijan
Caring Principle and Practices in Corporate Social Responsibility // Ethics, Psyche and Social Responsibility / Davila Gomez, Ana Maria (ur.).
London: Gower, 2016. str. 128-142 doi:10.4324/9781315580432


Naslov
Caring Principle and Practices in Corporate Social Responsibility

Autori
Debeljak, Jelena ; Koričan, Mirna ; Krkač, Kristijan

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Poglavlja u knjigama, znanstveni

Knjiga
Ethics, Psyche and Social Responsibility

Urednik/ci
Davila Gomez, Ana Maria

Izdavač
Gower

Grad
London

Godina
2016

Raspon stranica
128-142

ISBN
9781315580432

Ključne riječi
Caring, negligence

Sažetak
Caring, Negligence, and Harm Principles in Corporate Social Responsibility Among the many different kinds of events there are human actions of caring, such as for example a parent taking care of child, or a manager taking care of her / his business. We can, and in fact statistically we ordinarily do, understand actions as morally right or wrong in the light of their consequences concerning all relevant actions an reactions. This fits in neatly between: The grounded idea of market economy which says that a market economy is essentially directed toward the future i.e. future profit ; “Capitalists, then, are people who make bets on the future. The essence of capitalism is a psychological orientation toward the pursuit of future wealth and property.” (McCraw 2000, Debeljak and Krkač 2006), And pragmatist ethics principle which says that consequences of our actions are viewed, not from the present action to them as actualizing in the future (like in Mill), but rather viewed from the future world that one is produced by performing certain action with its consequences (like in Dewey).

Izvorni jezik
Engleski



POVEZANOST RADA


Ustanove
Zagrebačka škola ekonomije i managementa, Zagreb

Autor s matičnim brojem:
Kristijan Krkač, (213414)

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