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May 8, 2022

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Hayek on Health Care

Hayek on Health Care

Hayek on Health Care and Other Social Safety Nets This lesson is on how Hayek views Health Care and other Social Safety Nets. The following passage is taken from The Road to Serfdom, Text and Documents, The Definitive Edition, by F. A. Hayek, edited by Bruce Caldwell,...

Hayek’s Biggest Ideas

Hayek’s Biggest Ideas

Five of Hayek's Biggest Ideas F. A. Hayek has had a lot of great thoughts.  I'd thought it would be useful to layout 5 of Hayek's biggest Ideas. Friedrich August von Hayek (1899-1992) is today glorified by freedom lovers all around the world. The Austrian in a double...

Individualism: True and False | F. A. Hayek

Individualism: True and False | F. A. Hayek

According to Hayek, there are two opposing ideas about how to understand individuals and the society in which they live: true individualism and false individualism. These ideas permeate all social and political thought. They apply to beliefs about reason and knowledge, economics, justice, equality, power, tradition, marriage and family, and government.

A Hayekian Case for Free Markets and a Basic Income

A Hayekian Case for Free Markets and a Basic Income

Introduction If Friedrich Hayek is not in our discussions on how best to govern a community, he should be. Not only because his most popular book, The Road to Serfdom, was used by Reagan and Thacher to run a country (their own admission), but because he has a lot of...

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