Quotes from The Constitution of Liberty

By F.A. Hayek (1960)

A.N. Whitehead, An Introduction to Mathematics (1911)

Charles Montesquieu, Spirit of the Laws (1748)

James Madison, Federalist XLVII (1788)

Walter Lippmann, An inquiry into the principles of the Good Society (1937)

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    • Nov1818:15
      On the use and misuse of Wittgenstein: his remarks on language are more properly about the language *faculty*, which is important because otherwise you get sucked into defunct linguistic theories. cameronharwick.com/blo…
    • Nov1815:43
      If Everett is right about the facts of Pirahã (very big if), it’s less of a bombshell for Chomsky than for Gould. Universality is rather beside the point, so “Innate” Grammar is probably preferable to “Universal” Grammar.

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