Tuesday, March 4, 2014
Professor Greenfield argues that corporations can have a conscious, but that corporations should not use religion to avoid regulations -- and thus gain a competitive advantage -- "claims of religious conscience could liberate companies to become bad actors in the economy and society at large. Instead of sacrifice, corporate conscience could devolve to sacrilege."
In last week's post, I took a similar position in my post on Hobby Lobby, "More or Less?".