Burde on Turner, “The Poetics of the Corporate Person”

Comparing Henry Turner’s article, “The Poetics of the Corporate Person,” with his book The Corporate Commonwealth – Pluralism and Political Fictions in England, 1516 – 1651, it becomes evident that Turner views and analyzes corporations through a unique lens. In his article, Turner highlights the term “group person,” and during the seminar discussion, he further Read more about Burde on Turner, “The Poetics of the Corporate Person”[…]

Burde on Benton “Legal Logic of Conquest”

Lauren Benton’s article, “The Legal Logic of Conquest: Political Pluralism, Truces, and Early Modern Colonial Violence[1],” the concept of imperial powers – both governments and corporations – developing international law, examines the evolution of political and legal pluralism through colonial conquests. The application of pluralism and its impacts shapes how a sovereign power approaches a Read more about Burde on Benton “Legal Logic of Conquest”[…]