Horst brand faults me for failing to identify market ideology as a “coherent system of thought, embodying a politically legitimating purpose.” I don’t think that this charge withstands even a casual reading of my essay, which inveighs at length against the ascendance of market ideology and many of its political applications.
What’s really at issue here, I think, is our differing attitudes to what he might call the “coherence” of market thinking. Brand, like the marke...
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