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HENALLUX -Belgium. From « freedom » to « care » From « profits » to « attentions » . Joensuu – Finland – KUAP /MEP 2013. The 3 questions of my life. What kind of man/woman would I become? What kind of live would I live? What kind of society would I live in ?. Synopsis.

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from freedom to care from profits to attentions

From « freedom » to « care » From « profits » to « attentions » 

Joensuu – Finland – KUAP /MEP 2013

the 3 questions of my life
The 3 questions of my life
  • What kind of man/woman would I become?
  • What kind of live would I live?
  • What kind of society would I live in ?
synopsis
Synopsis

I Profits & ethics

« Freedom » from « Libertarianism »

II Moral in the (ultra)capitalism ?

« Corporate Social Responsability » and « Stakeholders »

III Principleresponsability

« Technologies self-sufficiency»

« Next » generations

Differentresponsabilities « depending on… »

IV The Care

Measure the actions according on the « response » its impacts on « others’weakness»

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I

Profits & ethics

« Freedom » from « Libertarianism »

Morelize the (ultra)capitalism ?

« Corporate Social Responsability » and « Stakeholders »

Principleresponsability

« Technologies self-sufficiency »

«  Next » generations

Differentresponsabilities « depending on… »

The Care

Measure the actions according on the « response » its impacts on « others’weakness »

profits ethics
Profits & Ethics

The question is :

Is itfair to make profits ?

yes, itcould!

  • The Rootsin the libertarianismtheory.

Philosophical & Politicaltheory

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Whatdoesthistheorydefend?

  • «  A society isfair (just) when the principle of freedomisrespected ! »
  • There are otherways :
    • Utilitarism – happyness
    • Marxism – equality
    • Rawls ‘ theory – bothfreedom & equality
    • Habermas - acting communition
    • Honneth - recognition
freedom for libertarians
Freedom for libertarians?

Wecan do all whatwewantto do!

BUT in

A coherentlegalsystem:

  • Property of the body
  • Fair transactions of the Properties
  • Propertiesorigine

In this case, profits are « fair »!

ultracapitalime
Ultracapitalime ?

« The one and onlycompagnies reponsabilityisprofitability »

CSQS

25,000 poeple are starvingeachday!!!

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II

Is it possible to increasemorality in the ultracapitalism ?

« Corporate Social Responsability » and « Stakeholders »

Principleresponsability

« Technologies self-sufficiency »

«  Next » generations

Differentresponsabilities « depending on… »

The Care

Measure the actions according on the « response » its impacts on « others’weakness »

they try to do
They try to do…
  • This recent point of view (raising of moral standart) derives largely from the developpement of The Corporate Social Responsability concept.
  • The CSR fondation – values coming from the bible and the Christian heritage (some decades ago – late 1960s and early 1970s)
corporate social responsability definition 1
Corporate social responsabilityDefinition 1
  • Corporate conscience
  • Corporatecitizenship
  • Social performanence
  • Sustainableresponsiblebusiness

A voluntaryprocesswith the aim to embraceresponsability for all the company’sactions

CSR =

defintition 2
Defintition 2

encourage a positive impact throughitsactitivitieson all stakeholders

  • Environment
  • consumers
  • communities
  • membres of the public sphere

✪ employees (includingoldworkers)

CSR =

is it actually a progress
Is it actually a progress ?
  • Implementationof thisprocess=a important cost
  • Weak or bad return on investment (in terms of profits)
  • CSR processisan « image »to distractconsumers and employeesfromethical questions posed by the companycoreoperations.
judgement
Judgement ?

If real implication in CSR – there are real befenits for all stakeholders!

If CSR = communication aliby and marketing outline – No moral inprovement

  • Nobodyis able to clearlyjudgethis paradoxal situation
  • In myphilosopher’s opinion – NO real progress!
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III

Principleresponsability

« Technologies self-sufficiency»

« Next » generations

Differentresponsabilities « depending on… »

The Care

Measure the actions according to the « response » its impacts on « others’weakness »

the principle responsability h jonas
THE Principle responsabilityH. Jonas

Warning!!!

Our responsability is

To maintenour links with the nature

To anticipate the impacts on the unborngenerations

To increasemorality all aroundour local situation

  • Technologies are more and more independant from the human being
  • We have to pay attention to the next generations
  • We haven’t the same level of responsability
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IV

The Care

Measure the actions according on (the « response ») its impacts on « others’weakness »

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« Care »

Comes from

C. Gilligan

  • Nurses’ fields
  • Feministstudies
  • « stay by the bedside »
  • Ethicalfield = measurethe actions accordingto its impacts on « others’weakness »
measure the actions according to the response its impacts on others weakness
Measure the actions according to (the « response ») its impacts on « others’weakness »

It couldbecome a ethical criterium and a new way to solidarity and non-profit based society

  • As an individual
  • In yourcommunity live
  • In yourfight for a fair society
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Profits & ethics

  • Profits are « valid » on an ethical point of view!
  • But ultracapitalismkillsHumanbeings

Is it possible to increasemoralityultracapitalism by way of CSR ?

  • No! It isactuallyoften a screen or an aliby

Principleresponsability

  • If wewant to preserve The HumanBeing & the nature…
  • we have to applythisPrinciple in all our actions

HOW? HOW?

With The Care attitude!

  • Measuring the actions according to the response in its impacts on the « others’weakness »
  • In all relationships – individual, groups & companies - society
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