The corporate world is a site of legally created irresponsibility.
Our four-year-old had an invisible friend, Kim. She and Kim invited us to a tea party.
Obligingly, we passed cookies and a cup to Kim. Our daughter carelessly dropped a cup. Afraid, and imaginatively, she said that Kim had done it. We told her that pretence had its limits. We had to teach her that all of us are to take responsibility for our conduct and actions taken on our behalf.
That is the moral glue that holds society together. Unless you find yourself in the corporate world.
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Glasbeek, Harry, "Corporations As Invisible Friends" (2018). Editorials and Commentaries. 168.