There's no "may" about it, it most obviously is, a fact that you must be patently aware of. So I suspect the answer you want is not to the question you asked but to the unasked one of
"Will this create a problem for, or with, Google"?
And the answer to that is ... ... Probably not. HOWEVER; ....
.... don't start breathing easily just yet.
While search engines with have no problem in dealing with it ... ... YOU, on the other hand or rather your 'articles' and your intent "to get more visitors" WILL have a 'problem'. Given a choice between multiple copies of any particular set of content, search engines WILL, almost invariably, (I say almost because there are exceptions,) choose to show the URL that has more inherent "authority" according to their algorithms, and as "LinkedIn" URLs are more likely to be deemed "authoritative" than your website URLs can ever be, which URL do you think will be shown to Search users??
To everybody that thinks "content marketing" as a "link building" exercise is a good idea need to learn and fully understand the meaning of the word authoritative because THAT is far, far more important than 'related' or 'relative' can EVER be.
If you want people to visit 'your' website to read 'your' articles, .... ... Where would you consider would be the only place to have those articles???
When you figure that out and understand the practicality of it, ... ... You have taken an important step along along the road to understanding real Search optimising..