Jason Brennan and Peter Jaworski say that there are no moral limits to market behavior concerning otherwise licit objects.
Benjamin Barber argues that free markets are a fiction. Democratic controls are everywhere, and these controls must be used to make markets just.
Jason Brennan replies to Benjamin Barber. He charges that Barber hasn't meaningfully engaged with his argument at all.
Jason Brennan questions the methodological foundations of Benjamin Barber's critical book on consumerism.
Should people be allowed to sell their votes?
Can Jason Brennan have a serious argument?