Morals, Markets and Lawyers: Erickson Legal History Lecture
March 3, 2016 Robert W. Gordon--a preeminent legal historian, prolific scholar, and gifted teacher--considers social and commercial theories that, since Adam Smith, have supposed that the successful functioning of society essentially depends upon an infrastructure of moral, social, and political-institutional orders and dispositions located outside markets and usually not considered to be proper objects of commercial exchange.
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