"F. A. Hayek and the Rebirth of Classical Liberalism"

Gray, John N.
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Winter 1982
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Literature of Liberty. vol. v, no. 4, pp. 19-101. Arlington, VA: Institute for Humane Studies
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1982
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Introduction: The Revival of Interest in Hayek - A Unified Research Program in Hayek's Writings?
  • Hayek's General Philosophy - The Kantian Heritage
  • Three Influences on Hayek's Skeptical Kantianism: Mach, Popper, and Wittgenstein
  • Hayek on Knowledge and Mind: Implications for Social Theory
  • The Idea of a Spontaneous Social Order
  • The Application of Spontaneous Order in Economic Life: The Catallaxy
  • The Catallactic Order, Practical Knowledge, and the Calculation Debate
  • Theory and Method in Economic Science
  • Some Applications of Hayek's Methodological Views: Keynes, Friedman, and Shackle on Economic Policy
  • Hayek's Constitution of Liberty: Ethical Basis of the Juridical Framework of Individual Liberty
  • Justice, Liberty, and the Rule of Law In Hayek's Constitution of Liberty
  • Some Criticism of Hayek's System of Ideas: Buchanan and Oakeshott
  • Hayek's Variant of Classical Liberalism: A Fusing of Libertarian & Traditionalistic Ideals?
  • Conclusion: Hayek's Research Program & Classical Liberalism
  • BIBLIOGRAPHY OF FRIEDRICH A. HAYEK

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