Of possible interest to BHL readers: a review symposium of John Tomasi’s Free Market Fairness in The Journal of Politics, with pieces by Sheri Berman, Eric MacGilvray, Robert Taylor, and me, and a response by Tomasi. (Subscription/ library access required.) This takes the place of an APSA roundtable that was cancelled due to a […]
Well, its been a while. Having caught up with a few projects (at least for the moment), I thought I’d wet my feet once again in the blogosphere with this, inspired by discussing John Tomasi’s Free Market Fairness with graduate students, especially Travis Holmes.
High liberals, Tomasi claims, believe that “To ‘realize’ justice as fairness, […]
Will Wilkinson’s subtle and probing contribution to this symposium asks: how Hayekian is Free Market Fairness? The answer depends in […]
In her fascinating and pyrotechnic contribution to this symposium, “Factual Free Market Fairness,” Deirdre McCloskey identifies […]
Elizabeth Anderson accepts […]
Elizabeth Anderson opens her post by laying out the distinctive normative commitments of market democracy. She then announces: […]