Two fallacies about corporations [Deux sophismes ? propos des personnes morales]
This paper seeks to identify and criticize two fallacies or mistakes that might dull our sense of dismay at the scenario of a fully corporatized world, weakening our commitment to guard against it. These two fallacies apply to commercial bodies but more generally to our sense of what is and what do corporate bodies. The first fallacy is that corporations are networks of individual - to - individual, relatively enduring arrangements, and they exist because of serving the contracting parties...[Show more]
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