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 publication is the results of the 1st SEEP (Studies in monetary Ethics and Philosophy) convention that used to be held in Asia. Fist, the Western culture is reinterpreted and restated by way of the 2 editors with their various standpoint of advantage ethics and communicative ethics. Then, new techniques akin to "critical realism", "reciprocal delivery", "evolutionary concept" and "cultural stories" 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 pondering is tested less than the trendy standpoint. This booklet doesn't leave out 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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Trust", Palgrave Dictionary of Economics and the Law, Bd. III, London (Macmillan) 1998. HEGEL, G. W. : Der Geist des Christentums und sein Schicksal (1796), in: G. W. F. HEGEL: Werke in zwanzig Biinden, vol. I, Frankfurt (Suhrkamp) 1971. 17 18 YAMAGISHI (1998, p. 202, Yagi's rough translation). YAMAGISHI (1998, p. 202, Yagi's rough translation). 40 TRUST AND SYMPATHY IN THE SOCIAL AND MARKET ORDER HEGEL, G. W. : Phiinomenologie des Geistes, (1807), in: G. W. F. HEGEL: Werke, vol. 3, Frankfurt (Suhrkamp) 1969.

In equation (4), the same norm Na guides the legitimization on both sides. In 26 TRUST AND SYMPATHY IN THE SOCIAL AND MARKET ORDER equation (5), an objection can emerge from A concerning B's possession of good q. This lack of symmetry means the supremacy of Na over Nb. While Nb remains a private norm of B that is applied only to his own matter, Na is equipped with a subject that applies it to both his/her matter as well as to other people's matter. To countervail Na, Nb has to demand its generality as a social norm that is supported by an 'autonomous' subject.

Yusuke Koyama, and Hideki Fujiya (both received MA in Economics, Kyoto University) for stimulating discussion of the direction to develop Yamagishi's ideas. However, I am solely responsible for the possible mistakes or misconceptions. YAMAGISHI (1998) is well aware that his concept of trust differs from the prevailing view of the researchers including game theorists in respect to his refusal of the interest as the ground of trust (p. 56). In the opposite side, HARDIN (1998) put it, «generalized trust seems likely to be nothing more than optimistic assessment of trustworthiness» (p.

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