New studies in philosophy, politics, economics, and the history of ideas

  title={New studies in philosophy, politics, economics, and the history of ideas},
  author={Friedrich August von Hayek},
Following on F. A. Hayek's previous work Studies in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics (1967), New Studies in Philosophy, Politics, Economics and the History of Ideas collects some of Hayek's most notable essays and lectures dealing with problems of philosophy, politics and economics, with many of the essays falling into more than one of these categories. Expanding upon the previous volume the present work also includes a fourth part collecting a series of Hayek's writings under the heading… 

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

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Friedrich August von Hayek was born in Vienna in 1899, the son of a professor of botany at the University. He studied law and political economy at Vienna University, the home of the ‘Austrian School’