The Justice of Decommodification

Critique 50 (1):205-220 (2022)
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Abstract

Decommodification is an important support for the development of our excellences and the pursuit of our freedom of conscience. In order to show this, the paper will be structured as follows. First, it will be argued that a decommodified social threshold of goods and services is a necessary part of a free-standing politically liberal conception of justice. The authors to be reviewed in this section are R.H. Tawney and John Rawls. The second section will discuss a compendium of possible decommodified goods and services. Finally, an alternative of partial decommodification and a brief comment on basic income grants will be presented in the last sections.

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