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Hayek’s Divorce and Move to Chicago

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  • Lanny Ebenstein
Volume Number 15
Issue Number 3
Pages 301–321
File URL Hayek’s Divorce and Move to Chicago
Publication year 2018

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  1. Very nice article. It seems Hayek was a rogue who cheated on his wife and wanted to abandon her and his children and have his friend Robbins support them. That does not detract from Hayek’s greatness as a scholar, except perhaps for casting doubt on his judgement about the importance of laws and norms supporting the family, which was surely clouded by wanting to justify his own selfish and agreement-breaking behavior.

    posted 07 Oct 2018 by Eric Rasmusen

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