Hayek's Liberalism and Its Origins: His Idea of Spontaneous Order and the Scottish Enlightenment
Psychology Press, 2001 - 201 ページ
By exploring the writings of Mandeville, Hume and Smith, this book offers a critique of Hayek's theory of cultural evolution and explores the roots of his powerful defence of liberalism.
This book is an original contribution to the debate, and vital reading for researchers in politics, political theory, and economics.
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This book is certainly "academic" in the pejorative sense of the word. The author first presents Hayek's theory of how social order emerges spontaneously in an evolutionary process. Then she ... レビュー全文を読む
F A Hayeks theory of spontaneous order
Spontaneous order and the limits of reason
private vices public benefits
Artifice and order in Hume
sympathy invisible hand and the man
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abstract rules action Adam Smith argument artificial virtues behaviour beneficial Bernard Mandeville catallaxy co-ordination conscious Constitution of Liberty Counter-Revolution of Science cultural evolution David Hume deliberate dispersed knowledge effect emergence equilibrium establishment evolutionary existence explain Fable Fatal Conceit function group selection Hayek claims Hayek maintains Hayek writes Hayek's theory Hobbes human nature Hume's ibid idea of spontaneous imagination impartial spectator instance interest invisible hand Jon Elster knowledge labour laissez-faire Legislation and Liberty man's natural Mandeville's means mechanism ment moral sentiments motive object observe original outcome particular passions political possessions private vices process of cultural public benefits rational reason recognises rule of law rules and institutions rules of conduct rules of justice self-interest sense skilful politician Smith writes social order society spontaneous formation spontaneous market order spontaneous order Studies sympathy theory of cultural theory of spontaneous tion twin ideas unintended Wealth of Nations