1396 Nodes in 36 “Automatic Grouping”. I ran “PageRank” on each group to see the central theme by that measure as a change and it did a decent job. [on a few I also did “Node Betweenness” for comparison] But just now I did “Closeness centrality” for that group of groups image and I’m going to go back and see if it beats PageRank or Node Betweeness. 1 Brain 2 Animals (33) or Neokaryotes 3 Obsolete technologies 4 Members of the world council of churches 5 Natural resources 6 Foams 7 Cluster 7 (8) 8 Programming Languages (27) 9 Biomolecules_by_Physiological_function or Physiology 10 Stochastic processes 11 Bayesian statistics 12 Cluster 12 (7) 13 Fault tolerance 14 Conformal field theory or Quantum field theory 15 Consciousness-matter dualism or Religious cosmologies 16 Evolutionary Biology 17 Topology and Mathematical relations 18 Product lifecycle management or Product 19 Mental and Behavioral disorders 20 Communication disorders 21 Cyberspace 22 Dynamic Programming and Optimal decisions 23 Digital Media 24 Self-organization 25 Conceptual modeling 26 Jungian archetypes 27 Emergency management or Risk Assessment 28 Narrative techniques 29 Conformity and Deviance or Political Concepts 30 Libertarian socialism 31 Alternative medicine 32 Educational practices 33 Main topic classification or scoutcraft or humanities 34 Biological interactions 35 Waves and Science 36 Intuition (367)

1396 Nodes in 36
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The legal fiction of corporate personhood is important to understand when understanding corporate “behavior” (as if it is a human being or animal). Incorporation exists as a way for individuals to avoid prosecution for problems caused by the corporation. The corporation is considered a separate individual with rights granted by the state. Legally corporations are immortal. They do not need to die so long as they have an intact structure. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Corporate_personhood

The legal fiction of
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