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An Attempt to Understand the Nature and Origin of Hayek's Transformation

@inproceedings{Angner2004AnAT,
  title={An Attempt to Understand the Nature and Origin of Hayek's Transformation},
  author={Erik Angner},
  year={2004}
}
Although the work of F. A. Hayek (1899-1992) has attracted a good deal of attention in recent years, many important questions about the nature and origin of his thought remain unanswered. This is particularly true regarding his so-called "transformation," during which he all but abandoned technical economics and instead decided to pursue broader questions in political and social philosophy. In this dissertation I examine the system of beliefs that guided his thought, and argue that a number of… 
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