What Popper learned from Hayek

Source: Cobden Centre
by Joao Pinheiro da Silva

“The relation between Karl Popper and the Austrian School of Economics is not often stressed — more specifically, the relation between Popper and the Austrian School’s greatest representative in the 20th century, Friedrich Hayek. Although the two Vienna-born thinkers would first meet each other in 1935 at the London School of Economics, their common political stances and public commentaries were just the final product of a philosophical-methodological project, one that surprisingly and unconsciously coincided, even before their first meeting.” (05/04/22)