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Revista de filosofía

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Abstract

VERGARA ESTEVEZ, Jorge. LA CONCEPCIÓN DEL HOMBRE DE FRIEDRICH HAYEK. Rev. filos. [online]. 2009, vol.65, pp.161-176. ISSN 0718-4360.  http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0718-43602009000100010.

We explain the main aspects of Hayek's conception of man and its intellectual background. The Austrian thinker developed this conception on two levels. On the one hand, he proffers an idea of what man is, namely, an individualist, who evolves from "tribal society" to "extended society", and a creator of norms and traditions. On the other had, he tells how man is, he spells out his chief characters: man s ethics is heterono-mous and immanent to the reproduction of society; man s intelligence is limited and his central value is freedom, economically understood. Finally, Hayek maintains that me are naturally unequal.

Keywords : anthropology; individualism; evolutive conception; immanent ethics; freedom and equality.

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