Evans, M. Stanton
December 1978
National Review;12/22/1978, Vol. 30 Issue 51, p1611
The article focuses on the ideologies of author F.A. Hayek. and his works. In his book "The Mirage of Social Justice," he returns to the notion of the rule of law. In this book, he discusses the principles which underlie the rule of law, by tracing its implications in all areas of social and economic life. Hayek opines that "social justice" is a mirage, because the idea of "justice" is applicable to the acts and intentions of individual people.


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