The Injustice of Domination


  • S.M. Love Georgia State University, United States



As part of a book symposium on Nicholas Vrousalis' Exploitation as Domination: What Makes Capitalism Unjust (2023), S.M. Love argues that only the Kantian view can justify Vrousalis’ argument for the injustice of exploitation, and gives a more detailed account of the injustice of domination within the Kantian framework.

Author Biography

S.M. Love, Georgia State University, United States

S.M. Love is an Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Georgia State University. In this paper and in other works, Love reconstructs a Kantian theory of economic justice and rights that draws on Marxian insights into capitalism that were unavailable to Kant himself. Love earned a Ph.D. in Philosophy from the University of Pittsburgh and a J.D. from Yale Law School.




How to Cite

Love, S. (2023). The Injustice of Domination. Erasmus Journal for Philosophy and Economics, 16(1), 31–42.