2013년 7월 28일 일요일

[책: Hayek's] Law, Legislation and Liberty (1973)

출처: F. A. Hayek, Law, Legislation and Liberty (University of Chicago Press, 1973)

차례:

Vol. 1: Rules and Order  (자료: 구글도서)

  Chapter 1. ....

  Chapter 2. ....

  Chapter 3. Principles and Expediency  (p. 55)

  Chapter 4. The Changing Concept of Law (p. 72)

  Chapter 5. Nomos: The Law of Liberty (p. 94)

  Chapter 6. Thesis: The Law of Legislation (p. 124)

  Notes (p. 145)


Vol. 2: The Mirage of Social Justice (자료: 구글도서)

  Chapter 7. General Welfare and Particular Purposes  (p. 1)

  Chapter 8. The Quest for Justice  (p. 31)

  Chapter 9. 'Social' or Distributive Justice  (p. 62)

  Appendix to Chapter 9. Justice and Individual Rights (p. 101)

  Chapter 10. The Market Order or Catallaxy  (p. 107)

  Chapter 11. The Discipline of Abstract Rules and the Emotions of the Tribal Society  (p. 133)

  Notes (p. 153)

  Index (p. 193)


Vol. 3: The Political Order of a Free People (자료: 구글도서)

  Chapter 12. Majority Opinion and Contemporary Democracy  (p. 1)

  Chapter 13. The Division of Democratic Powers (p. 20)

  Chapter 14. The Public Sector and the Private Sector (p. 41)

  Chapter 15. Government Policy and the Market (p. 65)

  Chapter 16. The Miscarriage of the Democratic Ideals: A Recapitulation (p. 98)

  Chapter 17. A Model Constitution (p. 105)

  Chapter 18. The Containment of Power and the Dethronement of Politics (p. 128)

  • Limited and unlimited power (p. 128)
  • Peace, freedom and justice: the three great negatives (p. 130)
  • Centralization and decentralization (p. 132)
  • The rule of majority versus the rule of laws approved by the majority (p. 133)
  • Moral confusion and the decay of language (p. 135)
  • Democratic procedure and egalitarian objectives (p. 137)
  • 'State' and 'society' (p. 139)
  • A game according to rules can never know justice of treatment (p. 141)
  • The para-government of organized interests and the hypertrophy of government (p. 143)
  • Unlimited democracy and centralization (p. 145)
  • The devolution of internal policy to local government (p. 146)
  • The abolition of the government monopoly of services (p. 147)
  • The dethronement of politics (p. 149)
  Epilogue: The Three Sources of Human Values  (p. 153)
  • The errors of sociobiology (p. 153)
  • The process of cultural evolution (p. 155)
  • The evolution of self-maintaining complex systems (p. 158)
  • The stratification of rules of conduct (p. 159)
  • Customary rules and economic order (p. 161)
  • The discipline of freedom (p. 163)
  • The re-emergence of suppressed primordial instincts (p. 165)
  • Evolution, tradition and progress (p. 168)
  • The construction of new morals to serve old instincts: Marx (p. 169)
  • The destruction of indispensible values by scientific error: Freud (p. 173)
  • The tables turned  (p. 175)
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