Corporations have no soul because they’re not people. They’re made UP of people

Well, regarding corporate personhood. It’s a uniquely weird USA thing. Corporations *are* people in US law. Not other places. Well.. technically, individuals are corporations of one.

Anyway, we have a weird system. I have several fictitious names. They’re also me. But separate from me. Not as separate as a corporation, which requires a few other people (and a $500 filing fee I think), but it amounts to a person that’s separated from the people who run it. Again, weird system here in the US.

But I’ve worked for corporations. Big bad corporate? Not really. They have no soul because they’re not people. They’re made UP of people who are scrambling to maximize profit. Ethics in corporations comes from not wanting to be sued. Otherwise, there’s no need for ethics in business because their motive, quite clearly stated on the packaging, is profit.

Otherwise: They’d be non-profit.

I don’t like the whole money thing myself. Annoying.

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