Volume 53 (1998), 2
The paper focuses on Foucault's analysis of the internal structure of the power relationships, which, according to the French philosopher, are made up by three basic elements. The strategic relationships as the core of this structure, can not be described in terms of agreement or violence, but rather in military terms. The second structural element of the power… Read more
Reflections on an untraditional ontology often refer to the necessity of comparing substantialist models of being with the non-substantialist ones. In the paper these two conceptions of being are compared. The author questions non-substantialist concept of being, outlining the possibilities and prospects of ontology as such.
The fundamental issue of the business ethics is the relationship between economical and ethical rationality, between gain and ethics. The business ethics is an integrating science bridging these two forms of human activity and two forms of rationality and introducing the moral point of view into the sphere of economics.