law: Hayek & the “Many-Minds” Argument in Legal Theory

From Harvard Law professor Adrian Vermeule’s paper “Many-Minds Arguments in Legal Theory”:

B. Evolution and Hayek

In legal theory, evolutionary many-minds arguments are likely to focus either on Hayek or Burke, whose ideas on this subject overlap to some degree. I will focus on Hayek here, bringing Burke into the picture in the next section. . . . → Read More: law: Hayek & the “Many-Minds” Argument in Legal Theory

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My interest in public policy and political philosophy was rather casual before I joined the faculty of the University of Chicago. Informal discussions with colleagues and friends stimulated a greater interest, which was reinforced by Friedrich Hayek’s powerful book _The Road to Serfdom_, by my attendance at the first meeting of the Mont Pelerin Society in 1947, and by discussions with Hayek after he joined the university faculty in 1950. — Milton Friedman

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