The Spirit of Conscious Capitalism

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Part 1. Capitalism and Religion.- Chapter 1. Can Capitalism be Conscious of Anything other than itself? (David W. Miller et al).- Chapter 2. Religion and the Spirit of Capitalism. Remarks to the Function of Religion in Modern Societies (Christian Danz et al).- Chapter 3. The Role of Commercial Life in Ideal Society (Ari Lamm).- Part 2. Conscious Capitalism and World Religions/Spiritualities.- Chapter 4. Constructing A More Conscious Capitalism: Contributions from Judaism’s Sacred Vocabulary (Moses Pava).- Chapter 5. École supérieure de commerce, Algeria (Omar Hemissi).- Chapter 6. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints and Conscious Capitalism (Brad Agle).- Chapter 7. Conscious Capitalism from a Christian Perspective (Margaret Arevalo Eusebio).- Chapter 8. Buddhism and Conscious Capitalism (Robert Elliott Allinson).- Chapter 9.Hinduism and Conscious Capitalism (Bhabani Nayak).- Part 3. Conscious Capitalism, Religions/Spiritualities and Character Traits.- Chapter 10. The Contribution of Mussar to Conscious Capitalism (Debra R. Comer et al).- Chapter 11. The Ethical Role of Interestedness in Jewish Tradition: A Basis for a Humane Capitalism (Nadav Berman Shifman).- Chapter 12. Sabbatical Consciousness: An Antidote to Conspicuous Consumption and Persistent Production (Daniel Ross Goodman).- Chapter 13. Rediscovering the Person: A Christian Contribution to Conscious Capitalism (Carlos Hoevel).- Chapter 14. Created To Be Friends: A Theology of Creation as a Frame of Reference for Conscious Capitalism (Maarten Wisse).- Chapter 15. The Philosophical and Spiritual Grounds of an Encompassing Compassion in the Organizational Life: A Different Outlook on Conscious Capitalism (Michel Dion),- Chapter 16. Cultivating Spiritual Intelligence for Conscious Capitalism: A Participatory and Archetypal Approach (Gianni Zappalà).



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Michel Dion is Full Professor at the École de gestion, Université de Sherbrooke (Canada). Since 2010, he is the Chairholder of the CIBC Research Chair on Financial Integrity. Moreover, he is the Head of the Department of Management and Human Resource Management. Professor Dion has published : Worldviews, Ethics, and Organizational Life (Springer, 2021); Bouddhisme tibétain et philosophie de l’existence (L’Harmattan, 2018); Financial Crime and Existential Philosophy (Springer, 2014); Confucianisme et leadership (Fides, 2013); Éthique économique et croyances religieuses en Islam (Fides, 2011). With David Weisstub and Jean-Loup Rivest, he was coeditor of Financial Crimes. Psychological, Technological, and Ethical Issues (Springer, 2016). With Edward Freeman and Sergiy Dmytriyev, he is coeditor of Humanizing Business: What Humanities Can Say to Business (Springer, forthcoming). 

Moses Pava is the former Dean of the Sy Syms School of Business, the Alvin Einbender University Professor of Business Ethics, and Professor of Accounting. He has been teaching at Yeshiva since 1998. A 1990 PhD graduate from NYU¹s Stern School of Business and a 1981 graduate from Brandeis University, Dr. Pava has published numerous books, including: Jewish Ethics In A Post-Madoff World, Business Ethics: A Jewish Perspective, Leading With Meaning, The Jewish Ethics Workbook, The Search for Meaning In Organizations, and Jewish Ethics As Dialogue. He has authored scores of articles, including Corporate Social Responsibility and Financial Performance, one of the most cited articles in the field of corporate social responsibility. He serves on the editorial board of Journal of Business Ethics and the Journal of Jewish Ethics. He lectures across the country and around the world on Jewish business ethics, spirituality in business, and corporate accountability.

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  • The Spirit of Conscious Capitalism

  • Part 1. Capitalism and Religion.- Chapter 1. Can Capitalism be Conscious of Anything other than itself? (David W. Miller et al).- Chapter 2. Religion and the Spirit of Capitalism. Remarks to the Function of Religion in Modern Societies (Christian Danz et al).- Chapter 3. The Role of Commercial Life in Ideal Society (Ari Lamm).- Part 2. Conscious Capitalism and World Religions/Spiritualities.- Chapter 4. Constructing A More Conscious Capitalism: Contributions from Judaism’s Sacred Vocabulary (Moses Pava).- Chapter 5. École supérieure de commerce, Algeria (Omar Hemissi).- Chapter 6. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints and Conscious Capitalism (Brad Agle).- Chapter 7. Conscious Capitalism from a Christian Perspective (Margaret Arevalo Eusebio).- Chapter 8. Buddhism and Conscious Capitalism (Robert Elliott Allinson).- Chapter 9.Hinduism and Conscious Capitalism (Bhabani Nayak).- Part 3. Conscious Capitalism, Religions/Spiritualities and Character Traits.- Chapter 10. The Contribution of Mussar to Conscious Capitalism (Debra R. Comer et al).- Chapter 11. The Ethical Role of Interestedness in Jewish Tradition: A Basis for a Humane Capitalism (Nadav Berman Shifman).- Chapter 12. Sabbatical Consciousness: An Antidote to Conspicuous Consumption and Persistent Production (Daniel Ross Goodman).- Chapter 13. Rediscovering the Person: A Christian Contribution to Conscious Capitalism (Carlos Hoevel).- Chapter 14. Created To Be Friends: A Theology of Creation as a Frame of Reference for Conscious Capitalism (Maarten Wisse).- Chapter 15. The Philosophical and Spiritual Grounds of an Encompassing Compassion in the Organizational Life: A Different Outlook on Conscious Capitalism (Michel Dion),- Chapter 16. Cultivating Spiritual Intelligence for Conscious Capitalism: A Participatory and Archetypal Approach (Gianni Zappalà).