2004年11月13日

Karl Popper and Friedrich Hayek:an Interview with Jeremy Shearmur

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Karl Popper and Friedrich Hayek:

an Interview with Jeremy Shearmur

by Alberto Mingardi



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Insofar as Hayek became more systematically classical liberal or libertarian as he got older, there were real differences between them; but these were not explicitly explored. Indeed, I think that Popper always tended to take a reading of Hayek that served to minimize some of the real political differences between them. (Popper, too, became more of a liberal as he got older, but he was always much more of a statist and a critical rationalist, and was never, systematically, a classical liberal.) It seems to me that among those influenced by Popper, there has developed a real division, so that I, and some others who favor classical liberalism are sharply at odds with others (e.g. Bryan Magee) who treat Popper's thought much more as a theory of social democracy.
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