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References ACKERMAN, F. (1998): Assisted suicide, terminal illness, severe disability, and the double standard. In: M. P. Battin, R. Rhodes & A. Silvers (eds.): Physician-assisted suicide: Expanding the debate. New York: Routledge, pp. 149–162. ARISTOTLE (1991): The art of rhetoric. London: Penguin Classics. ARISTOTLE (2000): Politics. London: Penguin. ARISTOTLE (2004a): De Anima (On the Soul) . London: Penguin. ARISTOTLE (2004b): The Nicomachean ethics. London: Penguin Classics. ATHANASSOULIS, N. (2000): A Response to Harman: Virtue ethics and character

”, in Franklin, B. (ed.) Local Journalism and Local Media . Borden, S. (2007) Journalism as Practice: MacIntyre, Virtue Ethics and the Press . Aldershot: Asgate. Bivins, T. (2004) Mixed Media: Moral Distinctions in Advertising, Public Relations, and Journalism . Mahwah, New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Publishing. Börjesson, B. (2007) ”Namnpublicering - en fråga om offentligt och privat” [Publication of names - A question of public and private], in Asp, K. (ed.): Den svenska journalistkåren [The Swedish Journalist Corps]. Department of Journalism and

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The civil economy approach is an attempt to reconcile economic market interactions with the normative standards of traditional virtue ethics. We analyze critically some of its main elements with a special focus on the concept of reciprocity, which plays a central role in the whole approach. Its strengths include, among others, virtue orientation, emphasis on happiness rather than utility, and in particular the notion of reciprocity. However, we argue that this concept of reciprocity would on average not be incentive compatible, and from a methodological point of view, the implied hypothesis of a homo reciprocans is not a viable alternative to the standard model of homo oeconomicus. We also consider that the approach is not entirely new, as it shares many characteristics with the social market economy conception.

presupposition the view that truth-telling has a merely instrumental value. This paper will explore Thomas Aquinas’ writing on truth and truth-telling, arguing that truth-telling is an intrinsic good, a human virtue and a component of human flourishing. In Aquinas’ view the virtue of truth-telling is a satellite virtue within the cardinal virtue of justice, and as such imperative for the flourishing of human society. Keywords truth • fake news • lying • virtue ethics • human flourishing • virtue ethics European Journal for the Study of Thomas Aquinas 37 (2019

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This paper deals with the ethical views of the 17th century Czech thinker Jan Amos Komenský, also known as Johann Amos Comenius. Comeniologic studies are focused on different aspects of his contribution to education, theology and philosophy but surprisingly there are only a few studies on his ethical standpoints. Jan Patočka classified Comenius’s work in three periods: prepansophic, pansophic and panorthotic. Here the focus is on the panorthotic works in order to trace the different conceptions of ethics, virtue and other ethical concepts specially the virtue of prudence (prudentia/phronesis). Furthermore, to have a broader perspective, a short analysis of his prepansophic period book The Labyrinth of the World and the Paradise of the Heart is also included in order to contrast the evolution of the concept of prudence and the ethical sphere in his world-view. The methodology is based on conceptual analysis, the contrast of different references to ethics in his late period books. At the same time, this work is an attempt to extract secular elements for understanding his ethics, although the organic link between philosophy, theology and politics is recognized in his thought.

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): Moral Values , trans. by S. Coit. New Brunswick: Transaction Publishers. HARTMANN, N. (2014): Aesthetics , trans. by E. Kelly. New York: Walter de Gruyter. KANT, I. (1993): Grounding for the Metaphysics of Morals , trans. by J. W. Ellington. Indianapolis: Hackett. KANT, I. (1992): Lectures on Logic , trans. by J. M. Young. New York: Cambridge University Press. KANT, I. (2002): Critique of Practical Reason , trans. by W. Pluchar. Indianapolis: Hackett. MACINTYRE, A. (1984): Virtue Ethics: A Study in Moral Theory . Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press. TAYLOR

York: Basic Books. TAYLOR, R. (2002): Virtue Ethics: An Introduction . Amherst, NY: Prometheus Books. WEBER, M. (2002): The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism , trans. P. Baehr & G. C. Wells. New York: Penguin.

://siteresources.worldbank.org/INTPSD/Resources/CSR/Company_Codes_of_Conduct.pdf> [accessed 2 November 2015] SRS (2005), Slovenski računovodski standardi. Uradni list RS, 118/2005. SUBRAMANYAM, K. R. AND WILD, J. J. (2009), Financial statement analysis. New York: McGraw-Hill. VIDIC, D. AND ZAMAN, M. (2000), “Računovodski kazalniki v povezavi z zakonom o finančnem poslovanju podjetij. IKS: revija za računovodstvo in finance, 27(6), pp. 38-46 WIJESINGHE, G. (2014), “Reimagining the application of sustainability to the hospitality industry through a virtue ethics framework”. Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 22(1), pp. 31-49, doi: 10