the beginning of a corporation is analytical and ideological

the beginning of a corporation is analytical and ideological, descriptive and prescriptive in 1920 Dewey emphasized that corporate rights and liabilities were the product of the law and that the legal implications or meanings of the corporation was ‘whatever the law makes it mean’ . Blumberg points out the problem with this concept as far more complex concept, he says: ‘in the law concepts have a life of their own because their ability ex ante to influence the thinking of judges and ex post to be invoked by judges to justify their conclusions . The law’s idea that the ‘company is at law a different person’