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My Reply to David Wilson on Hayek & the Use of Mathematical Population Biology Models in the Social Sciences (draft)

David Wilson has asked me to read his discussion of Hayek and the growing literature on multilevel selection modeling and the wider literature of human cultural evolution. This is my reply which I hope he will welcome in the spirit … Continue reading

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How economists have blinded themselves with their math constructions

Hayek’s multi-dimensional normal science research project, tackling the relation between the new marginal valuation logic and the old problem 0f distribution theory  (among several other problems) opened Hayek’s eyes to how the math construction of economics had blinded economists to … Continue reading

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1936 And All That — Hayek’s Copernican Revolution in Economics

Earlier I outlined Hayek’s normal science research program and I began to suggest how anomalies developed in that program, conflicts arose with others working on those same normal science puzzles, and how these anomalies and conflicts set Hayek on the … Continue reading

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Hayek & the Challenge of Living in Modern Society

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The Rule of Law

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“Hayek and Contemporary Macroeconomics” by Lawrence H. White

Abstract: F. A. Hayek’s macroeconomic theory and policy ideas have gained renewed attention since the recent boom-and-bust cycle followed the basic Hayekian narrative of an unsustainable cheap- money boom ending with a crash. Only to a very limited extent, however, … Continue reading

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