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Corporate social responsibility: the natural environment as a stakeholder?

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Societal responsibility is a much discussed topic today. However, this concept has undergone several developments. Currently, it is based on the theory of 'stakeholders'. Nevertheless, this approach becomes complicated when we take a company's responsibility vis-à-vis nature into account. This paper treats this problem and proposes a new interpretation of the stakeholder theory. The distinction between the interest in achieving a particular goal through a certain action and the interest in carrying out the action itself is at the heart of our discussion.

Keywords: anthropocentrism, bio-ontocentrism, company, nature, responsibility, stakeholders, corporate social responsibility, environment

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