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Profile: Claudia Soares (Universidade Federal da Integração Latino-Americana)
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  1. Conceição Soares (forthcoming). The Time May Be Right: Corporate Moral Responsibility and Saving Lives. Levinas, Business Ethics.
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  2. Conceição Soares (2008). Corporate Legal Responsibility: A Levinasian Perspective. [REVIEW] Journal of Business Ethics 81 (3):545 - 553.
    In this article I will look into Corporate Legal Responsibility taking into account Levinas’s notion of infinite responsibility, as well as his understanding of ethical language. My account of Levinas’s philosophy will show that it challenges – breaking down – deeply entrenched distinctions in the dominant strands of moral philosophy, within which the theory of individual responsibility is embedded, such as between:(1) duty to others on the one hand and supererogation on the other; (2) perfect duty to others on the (...)
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  3. Carmen Soares (2007). Nomos, Anomia E Thanatos Nas Histórias de Herodoto. Humanitas 59:49-60.
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  4. Conceição Soares (2007). The HIV/AIDS Crisis and Corporate Moral Responsibility in the Light of the Levinasian Notions of Proximity and the Third. Business Ethics 16 (3):278–285.
    This paper focuses on the set of problems regarding the HIV/AIDS crisis in the specific domain of corporate moral responsibility within a context of the Levinasian notion of proximity (infinite responsibility) and the Third. Against a totalitarian, homogeneous society, Levinas opens the way to a social pluralism, which has its sources in the disquiet provoked by the strangeness of the Other's face. Corporate responsibility, understood from this point of view, would not reduce institutional relations to an anonymous world of neutrality. (...)
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  5. Carmen Soares (2006). O mito de Ariadna. Humanitas 58:45-52.
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  6. C. Soares (2003). Corporate Versus Individual Moral Responsibility. Journal of Business Ethics 46 (2):143 - 150.
    There is a clear tendency in contemporary political/legal thought to limit agency to individual agents, thereby denying the existence and relevance of collective moral agency in general, and corporate agency in particular. This tendency is ultimately rooted in two particular forms of individualism – methodological and fictive (abstract) – which have their source in the Enlightenment. Furthermore, the dominant notion of moral agency owes a lot to Kant whose moral/legal philosophy is grounded exclusively on abstract reason and personal autonomy, to (...)
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  7. Carmen Soares (2002). A Morte: Critério de Felicidade Nas Histórias de Heródoto. Humanitas 54:117-164.
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  8. Carmen Soares (1998). A descriçao do exèrcito em Eurípides II, o choque de falanges na falas dos Mesageiros de Fenícias. Humanitas 50:17.
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  9. Carmen Soares (1997). A descriçao do exército em Eurípides. II-(a) O choque de falanges nas falas dos mensageiros. Humanitas 49:41-60.
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  10. Carmen Soares (1996). A descriçao do exèrcito en Eurípides. Humanitas 48:61-94.
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