“We live in a time when almost anything can be bought and sold. Markets have come to govern our lives as never before. But are there some things that money should not be able to buy? Most people would say yes.”
Michael J. Sandel har ny intressant bok ute, What Money Can´t buy: The Moral Limits of Markets. Citatet ovan är taget från ett långt utdrag ur boken i Boston Review.
Martin Sandbau diskuterar den och How Much is Enough? Money and the Good Life av far och son Skidelsky i Financial Times.
“Our romance with capitalism is a Faustian bargain, but two critiques warn that giving free rein to markets comes at the cost of giving up a part of our soul.”