Human values and emotions, which give richness to life, are being foolishly discarded by those who cannot adjust to the modern situation. The only failings of the book are: (1) he is too quick to dismiss llaisse faire liberalism and (2) he implies too much emphasis on the experimental method. Both problems stem from an apparent ignorance of Austrian economics and methodological individualism as the appropriate scientific method for social sciences.
Year Read: 1973
Libertarian Essays by Roy Halliday
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