Monthly Archives: May 2011

BIG News in Hayekian Brain / Learning / Memory Science

A new study published in Nature Neuroscience represents a breakthrough in explaining the biology of how the synaptic connection learning / memory process works:  “These results establish a causal relationship between learning-related increases in the numbers of defined synapses and … Continue reading

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Hayek on John Maynard Keynes & the Keynesian Economists

Hayek was a close student of the economic of John Maynard Keynes — he was, after all, the one who made the “General Theory” necessary after his seismic detonation of Keynes’ earlier “Treatise”.   So what did this master economist — … Continue reading

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