Socialism after Hayek and human sociality

McPhail, Edward
September 2009
Review of Austrian Economics;Sep2009, Vol. 22 Issue 3, p285
Academic Journal
Was Hayek a postmodernist? Pointing to the important role that human sociality plays in Hayek’s work, Ted Burzack’s answer is resounding “yes.”


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