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    Default Friedrich Hayek

    I know little about the guy so I won't state my weak impressions.


    Perhaps some people like @hkkmr @lecter @FDG will know better.

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    ILI I think.

    Critical but a unwillingness to define position, methodology is no methodology and belief in stuff like spontaneous order. I don't think order is spontaneous in practice, it's a product of in-determinism due to incomplete information, it's more likely that spontaneous order is the opportunistic establishment of a new order within a dialectical conflict due to adequate quantities of free energy. AKA synthesis, however this is not guaranteed, I think there is also anti-synthesis which results in the destruction of all parties, a sort of nihilistic consequence which can also occur. You might want to call it spontaneous disorder.

    I wish Hegel would have introduced this concept as well, but this sort of nihilistic response is in the writings of Nietzsche and others.

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    I've read The Road To Serfdom, and I think, just from what I read, he is Te creative. Either SLI or ILI. In his book, he sort of serially broke down the other side of the argument. It was kind of boring to read, but I think it was effective.

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