In this paper, I raise a few doubts about the adequacy of Hayek's liberal theory and the rule of law in the twenty-first century. I argue that the theory 1) fails to be morally neutral by not giving proper attention to the harm experienced by the minorities, 2) does not acknowledge a satisfactory account for the exploitation of the working class, and 3) operates with a parochial definition of freedom.
"Critique of Hayek's Liberalism and the Rule of Law,"
Compass: An Undergraduate Journal of American Political Ideas: Vol. 6:
2, Article 2.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.jsu.edu/compass/vol6/iss2/2
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