The Ethical Boundaries of Market: A Critique on the Book What Money Cant Buy?
Michael Sandel(2012) criticizes the neoliberal policies that presented and implemented in many countries from 1970’s in his book ”What Money Cant Buy: The Moral Limits of Markets”. The Writer, in his book, has criticized a situation in which neoliberal policies has been led to commodification and monetization of social relations. He shows that how our daily and routine experiences have lost its social and collective aspect. The individuals asses and justify their incentives on the material profit (and loss)basis. This paper is structured in the framework of formal critique and content critique; The cases in this paper, are that there are important differences between them and so, we cannot include them the same. But, the writer categorizes all of them in just onecategory and presents similar explanation about all of them.This is the most important critique to the book that describes it as a book for”how we livein the market-oriented capitalist world”.
Critical Studies in Texts & Programs of Juman Sciences, No. 46, 2017
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