Erik Angner is Assistant Professor of Philosophy and Economics at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. He holds two seperate Ph. Ds from the University of Pittsburgh, one in Economics and one in History and Philosophy of Science and has published widely on a variety of topics in history, philosophy and methodology of economics.
1. Introduction 2. Hayek and the Distinguishing Idea of Natural Law 3. Hayek's Natural Law Heritage 4. Hayek on Information and Coordination 5. Hayek on Cultural Evolution 6. Hayek's Transformation 7. Concluding Remarks