Associate Professor in Economics at the University of Technology Sydney
J S Mills conception of society is that unless you harm others (in which case 2nd order comes in) the only thing that determines proper action is your unfettered freedom. I have criticized this framework.
I argue in a book that the Power Discourse of Nietzsche which privileges the strong, competent and beautiful provides a legitimizing narrative for free market liberalism.
Grounding justice in rights based on worth (or place in the scriptural narrative) connects justice to anthropology and a narrative of human flourishing, which has been a concern of my economic work with Donald HayDownload