Zwang als Grundübel in der Gesellschaft?
Philipp Batthyány gives a definition of Hayek's concept of coercion and the reasons for the reprehensibleness of coercion as a basic evil in society. Including substantial parts of Hayek's unpublished works, he analyzes Hayek's complete works with regard to the conception of freedom and coercion on which they are based. (Published in German.)
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