Markets, Morality, and the Problem of Fractured Thinking

In two recent posts, Julia Kiewit and Robin Dembroff remarked on the free market. At a glance, it may not seem like the two were remarking on the same thing, but they were. Julia engaged the free market in the abstract through her brief essay. Robin, on the other hand, addressed a problem that has occurred related to free markets, namely the problem of drug related warfare in Mexico. Each of these posts prompted a number of responses worth remarking on because I think that they demonstrate the problem of fractured thinking by disregarding important thoughts on morality and limiting possible solutions to Mexico’s problem.

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