Liberalism, Neutrality and Exploitaiton

HILLEL STEINER
POLITICS, PHILOSOPHY & ECONOMICS 12.4 (2013): 335-344

Abstract: This essay argues that a liberalism that avoids legal moralism – that is neutral between rival conceptions of the good – cannot embrace intervention in commercial transactions, but is thereby precluded neither from identifying some such transactions as exploitative nor from redressing them by other means.