Explores a wide range of confucian-based cultures of authority in china this volume examines the values that have historically guided the negotiation of identity, both practical and ideal, in chinese confucian culture, considers how these values play into the conception and exercise of authority, and assesses their contemporary relevance in a rapidly globalizing world. Philosophy where it maintains hierarchy in its organizational structure, practices leadership by example, and sustains relationship to society through corporate philanthropy. Confucianism's virtue ethics, with its emphasis on human character formation, cannot avoid the influence of internal factors and external circumstances on one's character that are beyond one's control. He researches in the fields of corporate social responsibility (csr), corporate governance and accounting he has initiated several edited books in csr and is the editor-in-chief of the encyclopedia of corporate social responsibility and editor for the springer series csr, sustainability, ethics and governance. Responsibility and contributions to society recognizing we are a part of society, we shall fulfill our social responsibilities and contribute to our society through our corporate activities work values.
Comparative philosophy the confucian filial obligation and care for aged parents james wang [email protected] abstract: some moral philosophers in the west (eg, norman daniels and jane english) hold that adult children have no more moral obligation to support their elderly parents than does any other person in the society, no matter how much sacrifice their parents made for them or. Corporate social responsibility (csr) is when a company or an organization striking a balance between profitability and our contributions to the communities in which they operate and being obligated to meet the expectations of stakeholders, who are the sources of the legitimacy of the organization. Neo-confucian philosophy neo-confucianism is the name commonly applied to the revival of the various strands of confucian philosophy and political culture that began in the middle of the 9th century and reached new levels of intellectual and social creativity in the 11th century in the northern song dynasty.
The confucian church (chinese: 孔教会 pinyin: kǒng jiàohuì or pinyin: rú jiàohuì) is a confucian religious and social institution of the congregational type it was first proposed by kang youwei (1858-1927) in the last years of the 19th century, as a state religion of qing china on the model of europe. Corporate social responsibility incorporates dimensions of corporate responsibility, and corporate policy which include a company's policy to hire minority or disabled workers, or taking a stance on social and political issues that benefit the community. In philosophy, moral responsibility is the status of morally deserving praise, blame, reward, or punishment for an act or omission, in accordance with one's moral obligations. The understandings and practices of confucian ethics and social obligation in a business organization coupled with awareness and applications of corporate social responsibility can bring much peace, harmony, learning and economic growth for both the organization and the community well-being in the region.
Confucian ethics and corporate social responsibility a confucian ethic seems to sit more comfortably with the notion of business accountabilities to a wider group of stakeholders beyond shareholders it also seems to sit more comfortably with notions of virtue ethics, human character and the ethic of care emerging in europe and other western. The understanding and practices of confucius' teachings and social obligation in a business organization coupled with awareness and applications of corporate social responsibility can bring much peace, harmony, learning and economic growth for both the organization, the community well-being and nations in the region. These rules, which i have put crudely, are, of course, subject to meditation and rectification, as contemplation is one of the most cherished faculties in confucian philosophy, and blindly following rules is reprimanded for being less than human. Despite a recent interest in western scholarship for the role of confucianism in economic development (hofstede & bond 1988), corporate management and governance (low & ang 2013), consumer behavior (ackerman, hu & wei 2009), and corporate social responsibility (wang & juslin 2009), and the unique contributions of confucian thought to the field. Confucius's teachings fall under four headings: culture, moral conduct, doing one's best, and being trustworthy in what one says (7/25)1 trust or, more precisely, being trustworthy, plays a central role in the confucian ethic.
Confucianism, as it was originally used, is better described as a philosophy than a religion it wasn't until much later that the asian religion buddhism entered china and fused with confucian. Swen dlubatz confucianism, business ethics and corporate social responsibility its implication and interconnection for modern businesses, business management and. Government's recent efforts to curb corruption and corporate malfeasance, and the emergence of a confucian firm, it is evident that the chinese research is necessary however, to determine how these developments will affect the global. Corporate social responsibility in a global setting the authors interpret and present confucian ethics and business lessons derived from confucius' sagely wisdom. Confucius saw it as responsible for the well being of its citizens but insists that they not forget their individual roles themselves in order to properly carry out its role, government must be looked upon by its people for leadership and be respected.
The unemotional corporation amy sepinwall, assistant professor, department of legal studies and business ethics at the wharton school, university of pennsylvania, contended that a capacity for emotion is necessary for knowing the difference between right and wrong, thus arguing that corporations are not persons. A comparison of japanese and us corporate financial accountability and its impact on the responsibilities of corporate managers alejandro hazera - 1995 - business ethics quarterly 5 (3):479-497 differences in value systems of anglo-american and far eastern students: effects of american business education. It pays attention to confucianism in both the west and the east, focussing on the tradition's doctrines, schools, rituals, sacred places and terminology, but also stressing the adaptations, transformations and new thinking taking place in modern times.
The confucianism era lasted from 206 bc to 1911 and taught ethical values without any religious connotation (ip 2009b) the foundations of confucian philosophy aim to achieve harmony within a. 2 confucius on humanism ongoing stream of life, society, is an initiating aspect of the outward, centrifugal movement of concentric circles, in social relationships, to the. This essay discusses how confucianism can deal with two related issues of virtue ethics and moral responsibility: praise and blame we normally praise a person because the person has done something difficult, but a virtuous person does the virtuous things effortlessly, delightfully, and with great ease.