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Michael Sandel

Michael J. Sandel is Professor of Political Philosophy at Harvard University where for the last two decades he has been teaching a riveting course on justice which attracts hundreds of students every year. He is extraordinarily popular in the United States and in Asia where his lectures, in which he engages the audience in seeking solutions for the interesting ethical problems he raises, have sometimes attracted more than ten thousand people. Among his books translated into Spanish are El liberalismo y los límites de la justicia (Liberalism and the Limits of Justice,2000), Contra la perfección (The Case against Perfection: Ethics in the Age of Genetic Engineering,2007), Filosofía pública: ensayos sobre moral en política (Public Philosophy Essays on Morality in Politics,2008), Justicia. ¿Hacemos lo que debemos? (Justice: What’s the Right Thing to Do? 2011) and, recently, Lo que el dinero no puede comprar. Los límites morales del mercado (What Money Can’t Buy; The Moral Limits of Markets,2013).

Update: 21 November 2013


Susana Arias

Has participated in

Lecture by Michael J. Sandel. "This Is Not on Sale!"

The Moral Limits of the Market

Michael J. Sandel. Against perfection.

The ethical dilemmas of genetic engineering