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Ref NoHRL/1079
TitleHayek; his contribution to the political and economic thought of our time
TypeBook/Monograph
AuthorButler, Eamonn
Publication Date1983
AbstractDr Eamonn Butler writes a biography of Friedrich Hayek, including a short survey of Hayek's life, ranging from his childhood to receiving a Nobel Prize. Dr Butler also analyses the main elements of Hayek's liberal philosophy, including the concept of a free society which arises out of the actions of men and women, but which they do not consciously plan, and also his thoughts on the economic market, which Hayek saw as a system of communication. Dr Butler also discusses the central importance of the law in Hayek's philosophy, his objections to socialism, and his writings on a number of other topics.
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