Competition, Trust, and Cooperation: A Comparative Study by Yuichi Shionoya (auth.), Prof. Emeritus Yuichi Shionoya,

By Yuichi Shionoya (auth.), Prof. Emeritus Yuichi Shionoya, Prof. Kiichiro Yagi (eds.)

This e-book is the results of the 1st SEEP (Studies in monetary Ethics and Philosophy) convention that was once held in Asia. Fist, the Western culture is reinterpreted and restated via the 2 editors with their assorted viewpoint of advantage ethics and communicative ethics. Then, new ways akin to "critical realism", "reciprocal delivery", "evolutionary notion" and "cultural experiences" are utilized to appreciate moral difficulties in economics. extra, unlike the reassessment of Scottish ethical philosophy and German Romanticism, chinese language, jap, and Korean moral considering is tested less than the trendy viewpoint. This booklet doesn't omit 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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My positivistic view of social contract admits that subjective norms of individuals can differ from social norms, and that these norms may be locally valid rather than universally binding. My theory can clarify the process of conversion, as well as, diversion of normative directions of individuals. As I will show later, this theory revitalizes such elements as sympathy, sentiment, interest, and exchange, in congruence with the Scottish moral theories of David Hume and Adam Smith. Even Friedrich Hayek's theory of the 'spontaneous order' that is often regarded as contradictory to social contract theory turns out only complementary to it.

Those who have similar individual interests easily feel sympathy for each other and form a natural basis for the class formation. On the other hand, the recognition of social diffusion of certain typical interest promotes the pursuit of individuals' interest in the sentiment of solidarity. Social order is a state in which the following factors and norms are in accord: the dominion of each person (i) over the good (D, the legitimization of that person (Li) by the criterion of his subjective norm (Ni) , and the legitimization of the society (Lg) by the criterion of its general norm (Ng).

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