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Area of research: Practical Philosophy and modern society


The research carried out by this multidisciplinary team has a common goal: turning attention to research domains related to political philosophy and ethics on the one hand, and to management science, law, and managerial practices on the other.

While remaining open to other meeting points, the research team proposes to study the conditions of the possibility of a cross-fertilisation of philosophy and management via an interdisciplinary study in the area of ethics and political philosophy on the one hand and corporate social responsibility and business ethics on the other.

Members

Michel Boyancé, Professor/researcher, Philosophy (IPC)
Bernard Callebat, Professor/researcher, Law (ICT)
Sandrine Fremeaux, Associate Professor, HDR, Law (Audencia, Nantes)
Bernard Guéry, Professor/researcher, Philosophy (IPC)
Jean-Michel Morin, Senior Lecturer-HDR , Sociology (Paris V)


Associate members

Arnaud Pelissier-Tanon, Senior Lecturer, Management (Paris I)
Adrien Peneranda, Senior Lecturer, Management (IEP Toulouse)
Philippe Jacquinot, Senior Lecturer, Management (University of Evry)


Area of research (2017-2019):
`` Practical Philosophy and modern society ``

One of the emerging points crystallizing the meeting of these domains of knowledge is the notion of the common good. While remaining open to other meeting points, this line of research proposes to study the conditions of the possibility of a cross-fertilisation of philosophy and management via the interdisciplinary study of the use of the expression “common good” in the area of ethics and political philosophy on the one hand and in studies on corporate social responsibility and business ethics on the other. It involves, notably, establishing a mapping of the meanings of the expression “common good” and its related terms (“the commons”) that are employed in academic research in economics and management science. The term mapping involves the discovery of the different usage settings of the expressions, otherwise phrased, and the parsing of the meanings, the paths that lead from one to the other, and the obstacles that can obscure the way from one to the other. Beyond the semantic clarification work, it will therefore involve shedding light on the stakes of such a conception of common good.

 This line of research is also an invitation to work on the notions implied by the question of common good in business. The legitimacy of authority, the work and human life relationship, and the place of technology in interpersonal relationships are instances of what may represent said work.

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