FG Theoretische Philosophie

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Bounded responsibility and bounded ethics of science and technology

Abel, Günter (2020-09-16)

The leading question of this paper is: Where does the normativity of the ethics of science and technology come from? This is a challenging question given that the traditional reservoirs of convenience (like metaphysical universalism) are no longer at our disposal the way they used to be. The paper is divided into eight sections: (1) It is specified what challenges a non-foundationalist justific...

Corporate Citizenship: Structuring the Research Field

Kruggel, Alexander ; Tiberius, Victor ; Fabro, Manuela (2020-06-30)

Corporate citizenship, which is firms’ societal engagement beyond customer and shareholder interests, is a prominent topic in management practice and has led to extensive research. This increased interest resulted in a complex and fragmented scholarly literature. In order to structure and map the field quantitatively, we conducted a temporal analysis of publications and citations, an analysis o...

How Will We Dine? Prospective Shifts in International Haute Cuisine and Innovation beyond Kitchen and Plate

Schwark, Nele ; Tiberius, Victor ; Fabro, Manuela (2020-09-26)

Haute cuisine, the cooking style for fine dining at gourmet restaurants, has changed over the last decades and can be expected to evolve in the upcoming years. To engage in foresight, the purpose of this study is to identify a plausible future trend scenario for the haute cuisine sector within the next five to ten years, based on today’s chefs’ views. To achieve this goal, an international, two...

Interpersonal synchrony feels good but impedes self-regulation of affect

Galbusera, Laura ; Finn, Michael T. M. ; Tschacher, Wolfgang ; Kyselo, Miriam (2019-10-11)

The social benefits of interpersonal synchrony are widely recognized. Yet, little is known about its impact on the self. According to enactive cognitive science, the human self for its stability and regulation needs to balance social attunement with disengagement from others. Too much interpersonal synchrony is considered detrimental for a person’s ability to self-regulate. In this study, 66 ad...