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    This is an excellent book. If you're interested in Hayek's work, or in economics in general, it's a must read. If you have read books by Hayek, this book will provide you some important additional information about the context of his work and of each book. It attempts to describe the evolution of Hayek's thought, and while at it, summarizes the work of thinkers who influenced him and also of those he disagreed with. The book might also be a good introduction to his ideas for someone who hasn't read his work yet, but is willing to. The only criticism I have is that in some passages the author uses highly specialized language without clarifying the meaning of the words, especially when he discusses methodology. Even thought he meaning of most of these words can be guessed, and the remaining can be googled, some clarification in the text would have been helpful. Still, this happens only occasionally, mostly in the appendices of the book.

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