Markets, Firms and Practices
Is it possible for economic production conducted in a market system to possess the character of a practice, as MacIntyre defines this concept in After Virtue?1 Clearly, MacIntyre himself thinks not. I shall argue that there are reasons for doubting this judgement, and hence for a more optimistic view of the possible relations between markets and practices.
KeywordsMarket Economy Modern Society Productive Practice Crew Member Community Requirement
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