Hayek: A Critique

@article{deBenoist1998HayekAC,
  title={Hayek: A Critique},
  author={Alain de Benoist},
  journal={Telos},
  year={1998},
  volume={1998},
  pages={104 - 71}
}
The “Club de l'Horloge” held its 5th annual meeting October 20–22 1989 in Nice, on “Liberalism at the People's Service.” The general tone was “national liberal” conservative. According to the Club's president, Henry de Lesquen, “there can be no authentic liberal society as long as the concept of man emerging from the Western, humanist and Christian tradition has not prevailed.” The objective was to contrapose two liberal traditions: Locke's vs. Hume's and Burke's, i.e., a “bad liberalism… Expand

References

Some liberal authors do not hesitate to locate Hayek among the theoreticians of utilitarianism
  • The Political Economy of Freedom