Business Ethics Journal Review has just published a short Commentary I wrote on Brennan and Jaworski’s excellent Markets Without Limits. (This can be readily accessed here!) In brief, I argue that rather than offering a unified defence of their view that there are “no legitimate worries about what we buy, trade, and sell” Brennan and […]
I recently reviewed an excellent collection of papers on death and immortality (Michael Cholbi’s *Immortality and the Philosophy of Death*) for Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews. Nestled among the papers on deprivationism, Epicureanism, immortality, and the nature of harm was what looked like a very interesting paper linking Hayekian liberalism to the idea of death as […]
There’s been quite a bit of discussion* about Jason Brennan’s and Phil Magness’s excellent paper on the alleged exploitation of adjunct faculty.
Brennan and Magness note that “Many news sources, magazines, and activists claim that adjuncts are exploited and [therefore] should receive better pay and treatment” and go on to observe that “any attempt […]
The special panel discussion on the “ethics, politics, and economics” of adjuncting that will be held at this conference might be of interest to people here!
CALL FOR PAPERS
“The Ethics of Bodily Commodification”
Saturday, April 2nd, 2016
Mark J. Cherry, St Edwards University
Samuel J. Kerstein, University of Maryland
To be held at The College of New Jersey, Ewing, NJ
The College of New Jersey’s attractive Georgian campus is located just a few […]