Political philosopher G.A. Cohen believes that market competition is an inherently repugnant, predatory system that fosters greed and undermines community. Cohen would prefer to move away from a market-ordered society toward a society organised like a camping trip, where people contribute to the ... (more) I am a second year student of Economics and I am extremely lazy. I don’t think that laziness is per se a bad treat; after all, it has undoubtedly contributed to the greatest innovations in human history. (I privately hope my laziness will do as well)
However, my teachers and professors complain.... (more)
- In free education, the market defines what is useful for you to study. Then you make a free choice to study it (or not) because it is the best way to get a good job (providing you want one). At university, you are forced to learn something that professors think you should learn. You don’t see the...