Ideology and Morality: What the Financial Crisis teaches about the functioning of democracy

 

 Moralizing is a form of argumentation found in many ideologies and academic systems of thought.. State interventions are bad, we were taught, because they run counter to the objective laws of the market.. The market is a social institutions that we interpret in different ways-like capitalism as a system. The market can be questioned like the German army.

 

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Re: Ideology and Morality: What the Financial Crisis teaches about the functioning of democracy

to read Patrick Schreiner's article published November 15, 2012, click on

http://portland.indymedia.org/en/2012/11/420686.shtml

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