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What Money Can't Buy

: The Moral Limits of Markets

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발행일 2012년 04월 24일
쪽수, 무게, 크기 256쪽 | 336g | 152*228*20mm
ISBN13 9780374983918
ISBN10 0374983917

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What Money Can't Buy 내용 평점5점   편집/디자인 평점5점 t******t | 2017.01.14 | 추천0 | 댓글0 리뷰제목
마이클 J. 샌델의 돈으로 살 수 없는 것들.대학교 논문때문에 사게 되었던 책 입니다.시중에 번역되지 않은 책을 사서 번역하는 게 논문과제였습니다.하지만 번역하는 도중 국내 출판사에서 '돈으로 살 수 없는 것들'이라고 번역이 되어 출간되었습니다.이 책은 제목 그대로  ' 돈으로 살 수 없는 것들'에 대해 실려있습니다.예를 들면, 대부분이 무형 자산입니다. 형태가 없기;
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마이클 J. 샌델의 돈으로 살 수 없는 것들.

대학교 논문때문에 사게 되었던 책 입니다.

시중에 번역되지 않은 책을 사서 번역하는 게 논문과제였습니다.

하지만 번역하는 도중 국내 출판사에서 '돈으로 살 수 없는 것들'이라고 번역이 되어 출간되었습니다.

이 책은 제목 그대로  ' 돈으로 살 수 없는 것들'에 대해 실려있습니다.

예를 들면, 대부분이 무형 자산입니다. 형태가 없기 때문에 거래 또한 어렵습니다.

'권력, 권리, 투표권 등등' 하지만 이러한 것들이 거래가 되지 않는다고 해서 소홀히 다룰 수는 없는 것들입니다. 원서든 번역본이든 정말 재미있게 읽은 책 중 하나 입니다.

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An important issue maker. 내용 평점4점   편집/디자인 평점3점 | 2012.08.29 | 추천1 | 댓글0 리뷰제목
I learned from this book that the author is quite older than I thought. Even considering his age, he has a great insight on what matters most today. I think the topic is just right at the right moment.   Nevertheless, the message is very simple: there are things that cannot be bought or traded with money. The author used a lot of examples f;
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I learned from this book that the author is quite older than I thought. Even considering his age, he has a great insight on what matters most today. I think the topic is just right at the right moment.

 

Nevertheless, the message is very simple: there are things that cannot be bought or traded with money. The author used a lot of examples from other best-selling books such as Freakonomics. With a lot of examples where money is the champion, the author kept trying to raise the important question: is money everything?

 

As usual, his writing style is a bit verbose and long. In the later sections of the book, I made it short by reading the first sentence of each paragraph.

 

 

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Social Norm 내용 평점4점   편집/디자인 평점3점 YES마니아 : 플래티넘 나* | 2012.08.24 | 추천1 | 댓글0 리뷰제목
  After the advent of the industrial revolution, everything is through money. People who have been blinded by money have naturally been struggling to make money. Most of them are thinking that they could do anything if they had money alone. This remarks are half right and half wrong. It is true that money is important in the society because it is t;
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  After the advent of the industrial revolution, everything is through money. People who have been blinded by money have naturally been struggling to make money. Most of them are thinking that they could do anything if they had money alone. This remarks are half right and half wrong. It is true that money is important in the society because it is the way to exchange into things we want to have. However, money can't be over human. The thing that we have to consider in the relationship with people is not money but the value and norm among one other. Let's take an example. Imagine a family which consists of parents and a child. His son's birthday was supposed to be with him. But to get more money, they do extra works or weekends works without hesitation. Instead, they will give him toys that he has been dying to have. The fact that their son is already exhilarated in the thought of going to an amusement park is neglected by the thought of money. Despite the toy he has wanted to have, he will never be happy. The thing he wants is the time to do something together.


 This book 'What Money Can't Buy' is casting a question whether there are things that money can't buy and the author illustrated many examples for money to encroach on the area it must not do. Is it right to pay money to jump the line at airport security checkpoints ? or is it wrong for him or her to have tattoos for advertising a company on his forehead to earn money ? some may argue that it is his or her choice and there is nothing to be changed by money. However, Michael J Sandel says that it is not right in the two points. One is fairness and the other is corruption and debasement. The affluent can go through the security checkpoint without standing in lines but the modest can't due to money. It is not fair. And the tattoo would demean him or her if he or she made it for money. Also he asserts that the very moment money takes a step in the place where it doesn't belong, social norms are tarnished. "The line-standing industry on Capitol Hill, an extension of the lobbying industry, is corrupt in this sense. It is not illegal, and the payments are made openly. But it degrades Congress by treating it as a source of private gain rather than an instrument of the public good. p.35"


 The point of this book is that social norms is not the place to which market belongs. In consequence, as soon as the place is invaded by money, life will not be in harmony with different classes and stiff society. "Democracy does not require perfect equality, but it does require that citizens share in a common life. What matters is that people of different backgrounds and social positions encounter one another, and bump up against one another, in the course of everyday life. For this is how we learn to negotiate and abide our differences, and how we come to care for the common good. And so, in the end, the question of markets is really a question about how we want to live together. p.203"

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