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In a socialist state, the party determines who gets what and who doesn’t. To finish this review, I’d like to add two personal remark on The Road to Serfdom. Protectionism, kalau dalam BI.

Lisa Harmony rated it 5 years ago http: This, by the way, is exactly what happened in practice. SS is not a strong argument. For all of Hayek’s condemnation of planned economies, he did not espouse the hard line libertarianism of cahre present day enthusiasts. In the years following, Sweden has not converted to a totalitarian state. But it is incredibly long-winded and sometimes misguided. Well, this book I read with an open mind and I thought the ideas were servltute thought provoking.

Drumul către servitute by Friedrich A. Hayek (2 star ratings)

It is a political pamphlet which starts with two axioms which are never rigorously examined, that ‘capitalism’ and ‘socialism’ are incompatible; Hayek argues that capitalism a concept he does not bother to study in depthleads to freedom and that socialism again, a concept inadequately studied leads to Hitler.

This flexibility, more than anything, is the reason that Marx’s predictions of collapse have yet to be realized. Friedrich August von Hayek CH was an Austrian and British economist and philosopher known for his defense of classical liberalism and free-market capitalism against socialist and collectivist thought.


Here’s what Glenn Beck says: You are judged on your own merits in a democratic, liberal society. I can’t argue that this book is not logical and, at times, right-on in its predictions. In point of fact, many socialists and communists are fundamentally opposed to central planning and in fact favor democratic control of the means of production, which would probably take the form of a much more flexible web of workers communes and locally run production cells.

I think that Libertarianism was looking for an academic basis more than Hayek was writing is support of Libertarianism. I recently saw an edition of this book citing Glen Beck on the back cover and claiming it was an inspiration for the Tea Party.

Academic economists should not be given huge responsibilities without earning their right to make decisions without real world experience. Please, check your email, the code to access your BookLikes blog was sent to you already. It has a few interesting points and is not a bad book, but I would not recommend it particularly.

Hayek definitely presents a compelling argument for “liberalism. Hayek is not against “big government. How did this happen to us?

Thus, Britain is on the road to serfdom, twenty years behind Germany. Regardless, it would be a great read for a student of political philosophy since the argument still a Hayek definitely presents a compelling argument for “liberalism.

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This is a popularly-aimed srrvitute with little direct current relevance. Wrong email address or username. Anything else is not socialism, and has no right to sail under that name.

So Hayek sees a federal organisation, endowed with negative powers i. Nor can certain harmful effects of deforestation, or some methods of farming, or of the smoke and noise of factories be confined to the owner of the property in question or to those who are willing to submit to the damage for an agreed compensation. Friedrich Hayek, a 20th century economist and social scientist, chose to wrote The Road to Serfdom at a time when the Allied forces were still battling the totalitarian force of Germany, Italy and Japan.


I then found out that he’s hailed by the right wing of politics in the UK and USA as an intellectual justification of aspects of conservatism.

I couldn’t help wincing at what the reaction of many potential readers would be to that. He is considered by some to be one of the most important economists and political philosophers of the twentieth century.

This book is not yet featured on Listopia. This, of course, is an illusion – with devastating practical results it is calculated that, for example, 8 million Ukranians were starved to death by Stalin’s economic policiy.

I find that Hayek uses the “surely” boomcrutch a lot. Hayeck’s arguments are often weak.

What Hayek means with this, is that liberal democracy and capitalism are impersonal and servitutte, whereas socialism is personal and arbitrary not to mention boundless.

I was honestly hoping to find an actual critique of socialism, but all I found was a critique of something unrelated. None of these, nor all of them together, are socialism.

Drumul către servitute

At the behest of a conservative friend I did read it, and couldn’t understand what he liked so much about it, or what it was supposed to change among my various pinko sympathies. Former US slaves surely didn’t think that there was a difference. Drumu, too easy to prove false.