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Friedrich Nietzsche's Critique of Christianity and Capitalism: An Interview Kishore Jayabalan

Does Nietzsche offer a worthwhile critique of the corrupting influence of free-market capitalism? In this interview, I explore that question and a response with Kishore Jayabalan, the director of the Acton Institute’s Rome office. Any defense of capitalism should take under consideration any such Nietzsche-like critique and consider how it might shape an articulation of the conditions, basis, and outcomes of the free-market in a civil society.

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