Michael Sandel Quote: “One of the appeals of markets…”

One of the appeals of markets, as a public philosophy, is they seem to spare us the need to engage in public arguments about the meaning of goods. So markets seem to enable us to be non-judgmental about values. But I think that’s a mistake.

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Name: Michael Sandel
Profession: Philosopher
Nationality: American
Birthday: March 5, 1953
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