The Constitution of Liberty by Friedrich von Hayek

This book is a comprehensive analysis of the concept of liberty, emphasizing the importance of individual freedom in political, societal, and economic contexts. The author argues that a free society, where individuals can act according to their own decisions and plans, is the most effective system for human progress. He also explores the relationship between law and liberty, the role of government in a free society, and the challenges to liberty posed by concepts such as social and economic justice.

The 1130th greatest book of all time


Published
1960
Nationality
Austrian
Type
Nonfiction
Pages
576
Words
136,500
Original Language
English

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