Talking money, morals and movements of change with rock-star philosophers Slavoj Zizek and Michael Sandel. Economists refer to the free market as the invisible hand. But for Michael Sandel, it's become more like a scratching claw. He says market ideology has come to shape and influence parts of our lives and societies where it has no proper place. He argues that we don't just have a market economy... we live in a market society. Is it time for an ethical revolution?
. . . but what governs the ethical conduct of a society and its businesses?