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F. A. Hayek
This Class will present F. A. Hayek's work and discuss how his vision has changed the way we see the world around us.

Written by ALN

January 18, 2020

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F. A. Hayek – Course Description

This Class provides as opportunity to learn who Hayek was and why he is such an important voice for today..

Last Updated May 7, 2022.

This interactive class offers you the opportunity to see how Hayek has influenced our current economics thinking. And how his vison can still help use today find solutions to our 21st Century problems.

F. A. Hayek – Learning Objectives

 

  • “Beginners” Learning Objectives
    • Learn who Hayek was and why he is important.
    • Learn some of his most important works:
      • Individualism and Economic Order
      • The Use of Knowledge in Society
      • Road to Serfdom.
  • “Masters” Learning Objectives
    • Understand how Hayek applies to the current Federalist and Libertarian thinking.
    • Apply Hayek to our current problems to see if we can find some new solutions.

In this class, we try to answer the question How do we improve our lives.  The Answer the class offers is: By understanding and using Hayek we can better understand the world around us.

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