Michael Sandel – Political Philosopher
From prison cell upgrades to political lobbying, should there be limits to what money shouldn't buy?
Tim Franks speaks to Michael Sandel, a philosopher with the global profile of a rock star. His argument that markets are increasingly entering all parts of life and are becoming more and more destructive, has won him a worldwide following. But are commercial interests and financial incentives really that much more intrusive these days? If so, how do you draw up the rules for the moral limits of markets?
- Fri 21 Jun 2013 08:06GMT