Found this interesting chapter from a (quite expensive) book. Not sure why the authors differentiate between and concepts, but nonetheless a very interesting discussion.
The "Virtuous Continuum of Responses" in Fig. 2 has two apparent aspects:
1️⃣ Commitment to following the or to
2️⃣ Commitment to or to a
I find it intriguing that by looking at it this way it seems like a religious individual may become but never . A truly individual has to be prepared to oppose the of the land (both secular and religious) if it endangers "long-term value creation and the duties owed to all stakeholders".

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