Structure vs Agency: A False Dichotomy? (Part 1)

Leiderdorp, a.d. III Id. Dec. MMDCCLXVIII A.U.C., One of the major discussions in the social sciences is the discussion whether structure or agency explains social phenomena best. On the one hand, structuralists argue that society is structured in certain ways, and that people are compelled to act in a certain way by those structures. Individuals have... Continue Reading →

Book Review: F.A. Hayek — The Counter-Revolution of Science (Studies On The Abuse of Reason)

Leiden, a.d. X Kal. Sep. MMDCCLXVIII A.U.C., After having read Hayek's 'The Use of Knowledge in Society', about the function of markets, and talking to Leiden University College icon Dr. Zicha, I decided to take up another of Hayek's books, this time 'The Counter-Revolution of Science.' This book is about how after the French Revolution, under the... Continue Reading →

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