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Certainly the "Vienna Circle" is not a good name for the Hayek program.

The Vienna Circle and its logical positivists like Otto Neurath followed the ideas of scientism that Hayek so eloquently rebuked. I would put Hayek closer to Karl Popper on this front.

Also, Mises' brother was a part of that circle, but did not himself prescribe to it.

Perhaps I'm wrong on this, so I'd defer to Boettke's wisdom.

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