Economic Freedom and the Harm of Adaptation

The social democratic state pursued interventionism for positive political freedom, making markets adapt to the needs of a fair democratic society, with the provision of social rights. Using Gadamer, and his Humboldtian conception of higher education, Justin Cruickshank suggests such changes cause objective harm to our ‘Being’, with this inaugurating an authoritarian technocratic approach to English higher education.

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