What is it about?
A psychological reading of trusts and trusteeship which considers these banal if high prolific legal forms as engines of desire,
Why is it important?
Trusts play a very significant role in structuring contemporary capitalism. Yet they remain under-theorized beyond or outside self-justifying legal discourse. That is, legal discourse that fails to suitably describe and interpret trusts with regard to the politico-economic contexts that produce them. This paper aims therefore to provide a new way of looking at trusts and trusteeship in order to highlight their significance to critiques of economic reason.
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