Law, Legislation and Liberty Volume III
by F. A. Hayek

A masterpiece. A brilliant critique of modern unlimited democracy, followed by a model constitution (not convincing to libertarians, but probably an improvement over existing forms of government), followed by an epilog that deals with the process of cultural evolution and the lack of understanding of it among modern scientists. The epilog is one of the most original and brilliant contributions to knowledge that have read.

Year Read: 1979


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