The Cambridge Companion to Hayek (Cambridge Companions to Philosophy) organizado por Edward Feser.
F.A. Hayek (1899-1992) was among the most important economists and political philosophers of the twentieth century. He is widely regarded as the principal intellectual force behind the triumph of global capitalism, an ‘anti-Marx’ who did more than any other recent thinker to elucidate the theoretical foundations of the free market economy. His account of the role played by market prices in transmitting economic knowledge constituted a devastating critique of the socialist ideal of central economic planning, and his famous book The Road to Serfdom was a prophetic statement of the dangers which socialism posed to a free and open society. He also made significant contributions to fields as diverse as the philosophy of law, the theory of complex systems, and cognitive science. The essays in this volume, by an international team of contributors, provide a critical introduction to all aspects of Hayek’s thought.
Introduction – Edward Feser;
1. Hayek and the Austrian tradition – Bruce Caldwell;
2. Hayek on money and the business cycle – Roger E. Backhouse;
3. Hayek and market socialism – Peter J. Boettke;
4. Hayek and Marx – Meghnad Desai;
5. Hayek versus Keynes: the road to reconciliation – Robert Skidelsky;
6. Hayek on knowledge, economics, and society – Andrew Gamble;
7. Hayek and Popper: ‘The Road to Serfdom’ and ‘The Open Society’ – Anthony O’Hear;
8. Hayek’s politics – Jeremy Shearmur;
9. Hayek the philosopher of law – Aeon J. Skoble;
10. Hayek and liberalism – Chandran Kukathas;
11. Hayek and conservatism – Roger Scruton;
12. Hayek on the evolution of society and mind – Gerald F. Gaus
13. Hayek on justice and the order of actions – Eric Mack;
14. Hayek the cognitive scientist and philosopher of mind – Edward Feser
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