What Money Can't Buy: The Moral Limits of Markets
Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 24. tra 2012. - Broj stranica: 256
In What Money Can't Buy, renowned political philosopher Michael J. Sandel rethinks the role that markets and money should play in our society.
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... political challenge we face today is more pervasive and more mundane—to rethink the role and reach of markets in our social practices, human relationships, and everyday lives. 1 Jumping the Queue Nobody likes to wait in line.
... wait in line. Sometimes you can pay to jump the queue. It's long been known that, in fancy restaurants, a handsome tip to the maître d' can shorten the wait on a busy night. Such tips are quasi bribes and handled discreetly. No sign in ...
... wait varies by price. As long as everyone receives the same body scan, they maintain, a shorter wait in the security line is a convenience they should be free to sell.3 Amusement parks have also started selling the right to jump the ...
... waiting your turn. But no such reticence appears on Universal's online ticket site, which touts the $149 Front of ... wait for the elevator can sometimes take hours. So the Empire State Building now offers a fast track of its own. For ...
... gave rise to a cottage industry— people offering to wait in line to secure tickets for those willing to pay for the convenience. The line standers advertised their services on Craigslist and other websites. In exchange.