Edmonds and Warburton: Philosophy Bites Again
Edmonds and Warburton: Philosophy Bites
Edmonds and Warburton: Philosophy Bites Back
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What is exploitation? Are some activities essentially exploitative? Hillel Steiner addresses these questions in this episode of the Philosophy Bites podcast.
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Can the buyer also be exploited in your model? Isn't the buyer that pays 30 pounds for something like the Marx book being exploited out of the 10 pounds if the book is only worth 20 pounds? Aren't I being exploited because my housing costs are so high compared to the developing world?
L Kelty |
September 15, 2010 at 11:04 PM
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