Hayek had a single theme from his 1928 book to his writings and interviews at the end of his life — math constructs *fail* to capture the imperfect *signal* function of prices and the imperfect learning, judging and discovery role of real human beings.
And a simple joke made by a senior LSE faculty . . . → Read More: Some Thoughts on Hayek, Wittgenstein and How to NOT to ‘Model’ Language or the Price System
Academics attempting to make sense of the significance of words & logical implication had a framework for doing so exactly parallel to that of economists attempting to make sense of the significance of prices & the implication of prices for distribution.
In fact, both modern programs in their mature form came out the the same . . . → Read More: Hayek & Wittgenstein — The Parallel Rejection of Formal Modeling as a Proxy for Capturing the Significance of Language or the Causal Mechanism of the Economic Process