Posted 1 year ago on Aug. 19, 2014, 6:37 a.m. EST by IndigoRed
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Corporations are people because they can be taxed, are subject to the law of the land, and be taken to court for litigation too. With the scientific advent of the consciousness model, we now see that people and anything that can experience subjectively is correlated to consciousness, but I put up the claim here for scrutiny and your opinions on the matter:
Do corporations have consciousness?
Maybe something needs the ability to love to have consciousness, but many corporations commit acts of kindness that can be viewed as love for the people they've helped.
Edit: I just watched this classy and snappy philosophy video about Dostoevsky regarding consciousness:
And so presuming experiencing suffering is required for a consciousness to emerge, I shall restate my original question as 'Do corporations suffer?'