Sandel recommends a society that takes sides about the good and doesn’t pretend to be neutral. So what does that mean for legislation? How can we practically make society less commercial?
In the ordinary business of science it is reasonable to claim that the moon causes the tides, and to refer to empirical data as evidence. In the ordinary business of literary criticism it is reasonable to claim that Gordon Geko was greedy or that house elves are moral stand-ins for the peoples of our world who are enslaved and oppressed – and to refer to various theories of literature,…Read more »
There is a classic anxiety about technology: that it can lead to a lack of individuality and spiritual emptiness. Why might this be?
The place to start is with the lack of control technology can bring about in our lives.…Read more »
If from continental philosophy you throw out transcendental phenomenology and older idealist trappings–transcendental subjects and so on–you are left with a system which still has two components: the world and the self.…Read more »