Hayek, Mach, and the Re-ordering of Mind

  • Maria N Ivanova
  • Published 2014


This paper argues that Friedrich A. v. Hayek’s theory of mind and the relation between mental and physical events, most systematically presented in his 1952 book, The Sensory Order, is indebted to Ernst Mach’s theory, and, in particular, to his Analysis of Sensations, above and beyond what Hayek himself along with multiple admirers of his work ever cared to… (More)


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