Corporations have felony rights, and so do many different large-scale corporations. yet what does it suggest to ascribe rights and “personhood” to such entities, and what's the reason for doing so? those are relevant questions for an organizational society similar to ours, and but they've got got constantly little recognition in smooth political and criminal notion. the skin metaphor of treating businesses as folks with “rights” contains profound consequences—sometimes even lowering person freedoms in gentle of the organization’s prestige. in particular after such fresh best courtroom judgements as Citizens United, this impression is as acute this present day as whilst this publication was once first written. Now in its moment variation, Rights, individuals, and businesses remains a necessary a part of any research of firms and their position within the kingdom, reasonable dispute processing, and genuine people’s rights. The learn is penetrating and provocative, and is out there to a brand new iteration reconsidering where of firms in advanced societies.
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“Dan-Cohen addresses an pressing issue—the competence of our criminal principles to address the social fact of large-scale organizations.... the result's a heavily reasoned argument for treating agencies as tools instead of as persons.... all people attracted to the fashionable ‘organizational society’ might be conversant in this lucid and complex work.” — Philip Selznick, Professor of legislations and Sociology, college of California, Berkeley
“The starting to be energy of companies is likely one of the so much extraordinary positive aspects of our lives. Meir Dan-Cohen, indicting either legislation and ethical philosophy for failing to offer bureaucracies their due, has analyzed the gaps this oversight has left in societal preparations and philosophic orientation. it's a magnificent and finished job.” — Christopher Stone, Roy P. Crocker Professor of legislation, college of Southern California
“Dan-Cohen employs the instruments of economics, sociology, legislations, and philosophy to formulate an invaluable and insightful account of the ethical and criminal prestige of companies. this can be a e-book attorneys, economists, sociologists, and philosophers will surely examine from, and one they need to be concerned to read.” — Jules L. Coleman, Professor of legislations and Philosophy, Yale University
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