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Friedrich Hayek

JOHN GRAY ON HAYEK

Gray assesses Hayek’s life and work. For those interested in the Encounter piece “My Cousin, Ludwig Wittgenstein” here it is. Equally, and perhaps also happily, Thatcher had no understanding of…

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How We Came Back: Voices from Post-Katrina New Orleans

New book from a strong Austrian perspective.

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REAL-WORLD DECISION MAKING: AN ENCYCLOPEDIA OF BEHAVIORAL ECONOMICS

Now available — I have the following entries included: Brain Scans and Behavioral Economics pp. 39-40 Complexity and Heuristics pp. 70-71 Daniel Kahneman (1934-) pp. 231-232 Neuroplasticity pp. 285-287 The…

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Hayek and Philanthropy

Conversations on Philanthropy As Hayekians our thoughts naturally turned to what, if anything, Hayek might have to say on the topic of philanthropy . . . It must be conceded that…

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A DANSE MACABRE OF WANTS AND SATISFACTIONS

In Austrian Economic Perspectives on Individualism and Society: Moving Beyond Methodological Individualism In this chapter our aim is to rescue the meaning of liberty from the ministrations of its misguided…

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Externalism in Philosophical Issues

Several papers relating to extended mind, collective belief and extended knowledge in Philosophical Issues. Not one mention of Hayek . . . and minimal network or complexity theory. Still, a very…

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Bruce Caldwell on Hayek

The very excellent Bruce Caldwell (the general editor of The Collected Works of F.A. Hayek)  on Hayek — skip to 4 minutes in to avoid the preliminaries. At 59:40 The Sensory…

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