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Embodied Intentionality, Intersubjectivities and Responsiveness in Organization

  • Wendelin M. Küpers

Abstract

As we have seen before, intentionality means a basic directedness of experiences towards phenomena. Phenomenologically, intentionality has a constitutive and operative function for experiences, orientation, actions and meanings of and for organizing. Very basically, intentionality is the ontological structure of the interrelationality between experiencing practitioners and their organizational and extra-organizational environment with its phenomena mediated through moving and affective bodies.

Keywords

Corporate Social Responsibility Organizational Member Corporate Social Performance Practical Wisdom Organizational Life 
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© Wendelin M. Küpers 2015

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