Nature study: There is a coevolutionary process in which markets and morality shape each other. Markets are strongly associated with prosociality, trust, moral emotions and a universalist system of values that emphasizes impersonal concepts such as justice, tolerance, equality and fairness.

  1. Honestly this is one of the more damning anti-market critiques. We like to pretend markets are neutral and only supply what we demand, but markets have their own way of shaping our thinking about the world. It's hard for liberalism to be truly pluralistic as some one cultures values are challenged and can be altered and destroyed merely by the fact that people have to operate using the marketplace.

  2. Y’all need to read Gintis, Henrich, Boyd etc. Foundations of Human Sociality: Economic Experiments and Ethnographic Evidence from Fifteen Small-Scale Societies

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