Are We More Than What We Buy?

The fundamental moral question of our time is this: are we no more than an economic model of human beings, rational maximizers with no regard for our spiritual, religious, or moral values?

Some people still believe that we are not just consumers and shareholders, we are also citizens, family members, believers, and community participants.

Source: New York Times

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