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Do 'Economy of Communion' Enterprises Deserve the 'Social' Label?

Do 'Economy of Communion' Enterprises Deserve the 'Social' Label?

Crivelli, Luca, and Gui Benedetto. “Do ‘Economy of Communion’ Enterprises Deserve the ‘Social’ Label? A Comparative Discussion of Their Aims and Logic of Action.” Revista Portuguesa de Filosofia 70, no. 1 (2014): 28–43. DOI 10.17990/RPF/2014_70_1_0028.

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  • Do ‘Economy of Communion’ Enterprises Deserve the ‘Social’ Label? A Comparative Discussion of their Aims and Logic of Action

    Author Luca Crivelli
    Author Gui Benedetto
    Rights © 2015 Aletheia - Associação Científica e Cultural | © 2015 Revista Portuguesa de Filosofia
    Volume 70
    Issue 1
    Pages 28-43
    Publication Revista Portuguesa de Filosofia
    ISSN 0870-5283; 2183-461X
    Date 2014
    DOI 10.17990/RPF/2014_70_1_0028
    Language English
    Abstract Resumo As empresas que participam no movimento da “Economia de Comunhão” comprometem-se a distribuir até dois terços dos seus lucros para ajudar pessoas necessitadas e para difundir, especialmente na esfera económica, uma cultura de dar e partilhar. Além disso, elas comprometem- se a ter um estilo de gestão e operação, que sublinha a dignidade de cada pessoa, visando a criação de relações de reconhecimento mútuo e de abertura entre todos os que estão envolvidos na actividade empresarial. O objectivo deste artigo visa destacar as semelhanças, e salientar as diferenças, entre as empresas que participam do movimento da “Economia de Comunhão” e de outros exemplos da chamada economia social e civil. Palavras-chave : comunhão, Doutrina Social da Igreja, Economia de Comunhão, empresas, Focolares, negócio 

    Abstract The enterprises participating in the ‘Economy of Communion’ movement commit to allocating up to two thirds of their profits for the help of people in need and the diffusion, especially in the economic sphere, of a culture of giving and sharing. Moreover, they commit to a management and operation style that stresses the dignity of every person and aims at creating relationships of mutual recognition and openness among all those who are involved in the enterprise’s activity. The aim of this paper is to highlight the similarities and underline the differences between the businesses participating in the ‘Economy of Communion’ movement and some other examples of the so called social and civil economy. Keywords: business enterprises, business, Catholic Social Teaching, communion, Economy of Communion, Focolare
    Date Added 02/07/2015, 17:20:43
    Modified 10/07/2015, 12:13:19

    Tags:

    • business
    • business enterprises
    • Catholic Social Teaching
    • communion
    • Economy of Communion
    • Focolare

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