Markets Without Limits

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May you sell your vote? May you sell your kidney? May gay men pay surrogates to bear them children? May spouses pay each other to watch the kids, do the dishes, or have sex? Should we allow the rich to genetically engineer gifted, beautiful children? Should we allow betting markets on terrorist attacks and natural disasters? Most people shudder at the thought. To put some goods and services for sale offends human dignity. If everything is commodified, then nothing is sacred. The market corrodes our character. Or so most people say. In Markets without Limits, Jason Brennan and Peter Jaworski give markets a fair hearing. The market does not introduce wrongness where there was not any previously. Thus, the authors claim, the question of what rightfully may be bought and sold has a simple answer: if you may do it for free, you may do it for money. Contrary to the conservative consensus, they claim there are no inherent limits to what can be bought and sold, but only restrictions on how we buy and sell. "There are many books on the morality of commerce and market commoditization, but this one is better than the others. It is better argued, penetrates into the issues more deeply, and most of all it is right." Tyler Cowen, George Mason University, USA "What I found remarkable is their effort to consider, and answer, objections in a way that recognizes that many of the objections have considerable merit, at least on their own terms. But the answers are still persuasive. An indispensable volume for those interested in applied philosophy and policy." Michael C. Munger, Duke University, USA "Brennan and Jaworski have produced the best and most straightforward critique of the 'commodification' critics and should be on every social science and humanities professor shelf." Peter Boettke, George Mason University, USAPart I: Should Everything Be for Sale? 1. Are There Some Things Money Should Not Buy? 2. If You May Do It For Free, You May Do It For Money 3. What the Debate Is and Is Not About 4. It's the How, Not the What Part II: Do Markets Signal Disrespect? 1. Semiotic Objections 2. The Mere Commodity Objection 3. The Wrong Signal and Wrong Currency Objections 4. Objections: Semiotic Essentialism and Minding Our Manners Part III: Do Markets Corrupt? 1. The Corruption Objection 2. How to Make a Sound Corruption Objection 3. The Selfishness Objection 4. The Crowding Out Objection 5. The Immoral Preference Objection 6. The Low Quality Objection 7. The Civics Objection Part IV: Exploitation, Harm to Self, and Misallocation 1. Essential and Incidental Objections 2. Line Up For Expensive Equality! 3. Baby Buying 4. Vote Buying Part V: Debunking Intuitions 1. Anti-Market Attitudes Are Resilient 2. Where Do Anti-Market Attitudes Come From? 3. The Pseudo-Morality of Disgust 4. Postscript


Szczegóły: Markets Without Limits - Jason Brennan

Tytuł: Markets Without Limits
Autor: Jason Brennan
Producent: Taylor
ISBN: 9780415737340
Rok produkcji: 2015
Ilość stron: 252
Oprawa: Twarda
Waga: 0.63 kg


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Markets Without Limits

  • Producent: Taylor
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May you sell your vote? May you sell your kidney? May gay men pay surrogates to bear them children? May spouses pay each other to watch the kids, do the dishes, or have sex? Should we allow the rich to genetically engineer gifted, beautiful children? Should we allow betting markets on terrorist attacks and natural disasters? Most people shudder at the thought. To put some goods and services for sale offends human dignity. If everything is commodified, then nothing is sacred. The market corrodes our character. Or so most people say. In Markets without Limits, Jason Brennan and Peter Jaworski give markets a fair hearing. The market does not introduce wrongness where there was not any previously. Thus, the authors claim, the question of what rightfully may be bought and sold has a simple answer: if you may do it for free, you may do it for money. Contrary to the conservative consensus, they claim there are no inherent limits to what can be bought and sold, but only restrictions on how we buy and sell. "There are many books on the morality of commerce and market commoditization, but this one is better than the others. It is better argued, penetrates into the issues more deeply, and most of all it is right." Tyler Cowen, George Mason University, USA "What I found remarkable is their effort to consider, and answer, objections in a way that recognizes that many of the objections have considerable merit, at least on their own terms. But the answers are still persuasive. An indispensable volume for those interested in applied philosophy and policy." Michael C. Munger, Duke University, USA "Brennan and Jaworski have produced the best and most straightforward critique of the 'commodification' critics and should be on every social science and humanities professor shelf." Peter Boettke, George Mason University, USAPart I: Should Everything Be for Sale? 1. Are There Some Things Money Should Not Buy? 2. If You May Do It For Free, You May Do It For Money 3. What the Debate Is and Is Not About 4. It's the How, Not the What Part II: Do Markets Signal Disrespect? 1. Semiotic Objections 2. The Mere Commodity Objection 3. The Wrong Signal and Wrong Currency Objections 4. Objections: Semiotic Essentialism and Minding Our Manners Part III: Do Markets Corrupt? 1. The Corruption Objection 2. How to Make a Sound Corruption Objection 3. The Selfishness Objection 4. The Crowding Out Objection 5. The Immoral Preference Objection 6. The Low Quality Objection 7. The Civics Objection Part IV: Exploitation, Harm to Self, and Misallocation 1. Essential and Incidental Objections 2. Line Up For Expensive Equality! 3. Baby Buying 4. Vote Buying Part V: Debunking Intuitions 1. Anti-Market Attitudes Are Resilient 2. Where Do Anti-Market Attitudes Come From? 3. The Pseudo-Morality of Disgust 4. Postscript

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Szczegóły: Markets Without Limits - Jason Brennan

Tytuł: Markets Without Limits
Autor: Jason Brennan
Producent: Taylor
ISBN: 9780415737340
Rok produkcji: 2015
Ilość stron: 252
Oprawa: Twarda
Waga: 0.63 kg


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