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’Ενευλογηθήσονται as a Speech Action Middle in Genesis 12:3b LXX (2024)
Journal Article
York, D. (2024). ’Ενευλογηθήσονται as a Speech Action Middle in Genesis 12:3b LXX. Harvard Theological Review, 117(1), 21-42. https://doi.org/10.1017/s0017816023000433

Interpreters unanimously read ἐνευλογηθήσονται in Gen 12:3b LXX as a passive. Good evidence, however, exists to challenge and problematize this conclusion. Recent linguistic studies on the ancient Greek middle voice reveal that aorist and future -θη-... Read More about ’Ενευλογηθήσονται as a Speech Action Middle in Genesis 12:3b LXX.

Regret-based budgeted decision rules under severe uncertainty (2024)
Journal Article
Nakharutai, N., Destercke, S., & Troffaes, M. (2024). Regret-based budgeted decision rules under severe uncertainty. Information Sciences, Article 120361. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ins.2024.120361

One way to make decisions under uncertainty is to select an optimal option from a possible range of options, by maximizing the expected utilities derived from a probability model. However, under severe uncertainty, identifying precise probabilities i... Read More about Regret-based budgeted decision rules under severe uncertainty.

Honor values as identity content: Evidence from a three-wave longitudinal study (2024)
Journal Article
Travaglino, G. A., Friehs, M., Kotzur, P. F., & Abrams, D. (2024). Honor values as identity content: Evidence from a three-wave longitudinal study. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, https://doi.org/10.1177/00220221241230959

Reputation refers to the set of judgments a community makes about its members. In cultures of honor, reputation constitutes one of the most pressing concerns of individuals. Reputational concerns are intimately intertwined with people’s social identi... Read More about Honor values as identity content: Evidence from a three-wave longitudinal study.

Ethical compass: The need for Corporate Digital Responsibility in the use of Artificial Intelligence in financial services (2024)
Journal Article
Tóth, Z., & Blut, M. (2024). Ethical compass: The need for Corporate Digital Responsibility in the use of Artificial Intelligence in financial services. Organizational Dynamics, Article 101041. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.orgdyn.2024.101041

Service research and business ethics literature intersect concerning the question of artificial intelligence (AI) service robot accountability. In financial services, there is a broad spectrum of potential ethical issues, from data usage to customer... Read More about Ethical compass: The need for Corporate Digital Responsibility in the use of Artificial Intelligence in financial services.