Corporation Essay | Leashing the Monster

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Leashing the Monster

Summary: Corporations are today's psychopathic creatures that get respect in court as much as humans. A corporation cannot be equal with a living creature so it cannot have natural rights. Corporations must be immediately regulated by laws that are prepared by objective legislators who have not any relationship with them.

In court, corporations and humans have the same rights. They are equal with humans in front of the law. So they can be identified with humans' personal characteristics. For example they can be caring, kind or enthusiastic. Just like humans: for example, General Electric likes an old man having many things to tell, Nike is young and energetic and Microsoft is an aggressive person (The Corporation Film). So they can have some psychopathic characteristics too. Absolutely they have. A mentality that destroys our nature, trying to patent even genetic codes, does not avoid advertising even to children's subconscious must be called psychopathic. But there's only one underlying reason for these: making money for their shareholders. As Robert Hinkley states in his article named "Redesigning Corporate Law" that "the people who run corporations have a legal duty to shareholders, and that duty is to make money. Failing this...

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