Check out Troy Camplin‘s just published article in NOMOI: Revista Digital sobre Epistemología, Teoría del Conocimiento y Ciencias Cognitivas No. 1 – Año 2010. (Scroll down to p. 3).
My published article is now available from here. Check out the full table of contents for this volume.
Hayek’s notion of cognitive closure, a mark of the human condition, can be ameliorated if the social and artifactual world functions as a kind of distributed extra-neural memory store manifest as dynamic traditions, part of the resources for acting, thinking or communicating. This cognitive¬epistemological¬liberty tripartite is closely related to a long-standing bone of contention in…
Here is an interview with Hayek by John O’Sullivan (yes, the John O’Sullivan of O’Sullivan’s First Law.) Some time ago I posted a rather poor quality version of it – this one seems OK. This version I found via The Austrian Economists blog.