The economic defense of self-interest

Daniel K. Finn argues for what he terms the economic defense of self-interest. He claims that it is conditional and the conditions matter a great deal. However Michael Sandel’s concerns about our market society suggest a rejection of any such preferential consideration of self-interest. Explain Finn’s argument in support of an economic defence of self-interest and markets. Explain Sandel’s corruption and unfairness objections of our contemporary market society. Is Finn’s account able to successfully address the challenges of Sandel’s objections?

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