Philosophy 2730F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Externality, Journalists For Human Rights, Egotism

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Market Norms Profit
Impersonality
Egoism
Exclusivity
Rational: look at various possibilities (part);
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Market:
Exchange seller and buyer
Competition supply/demand
Price is what drives competition; what might drive exchanges
Issue with monopoly
Competition among suppliers for business of consumers; what drives down prices
Economy
Capitalism amoral
Defining feature that there is a robust set of property rights
Media Norms Public Interest
Truth valuing
Objectivity
Representativeness
Public Interest
Demoracy
Truth
Development of critical faculties
Rights:
1. Non-interference
2. Diversity of perspectives
Market Failure
Public goods non rivalrous
Externalities negative
Commodities :
Universal incomplete universal
Non commodification commodification commodification
Three approaches
Says news are incomplete commodification (page 62)
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