What is more important from the perspective of morality – revealing frauds committed by the authorities to the public or visiting a sick neighbour with a bowl of soup? Why did Amy Winehouse have to die? What will the world look like without economists and bankers?
Monika Strzępka and Paweł Demirski are continuing their series of critiques of modern society. They expose the mechanisms of the neoliberal economy, in which social solidarity has been replaced by individualism or even egocentrism, in a ruthless fight for one’s success and against the so-called “regulation of the free market”, whatever that means.