Monthly Archives: November 2010
According to economist Karl Smith, one of the things that Hayek explains in his Road to Serfdom is why “there is nothing fundamentally wrong with communal ownership of the means of production.” And, yes, you did read that right.
Hayek’s great mistaken prognostication has nothing to do with the welfare state — Hayek’s great error in the science of divining historical inevitability was his false prognosis of the death of “hot socialism”. Indeed, the reports of the death of … Continue reading
Taking place now at the Economic Thought web site.
Comments are open. I need some folks to test it out and make sure it is working. Test out the comments, let me know what is on your mind, or suggest some ways I might make “Taking Hayek Seriously” something … Continue reading
Here are some of the references from Hayeks 1920 “Sensory Order” paper titled “BEITRAEGE ZUR THEORIE DER ENTWICKLUNG DES BEWUSSTSEINS” and dated “September 1920”: W. Jerusalem, Lehrbuck der Psychologie, 4.Aufl. Wien 1907. M. Verworn, Die Entwicklung des menschlichen Geistes, 4.Aufl. … Continue reading