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The volume is truly outstanding.

It contains lectures from the 1960s which confirm my own take on Hayek's explanatory strategy and his account of the logical status of the various elements if economic explanation and theorizing.

More evidence also from Bruce Caldwell in the introduction that James Buchanan never had any idea what Hayek was up to.

This is the one volume of Hayek any scholar or intellectual should own.

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