Giustizia sociale e libertà individuale. Antonio Rosmini e Friederich August von Hayek

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Abstract

[automatically translated] In this essay I intend to talk to two of the greatest representatives of the tradition of modern and contemporary liberalism on the nexus justice / freedom. The first, Antonio Rosmini is the paradigmatic example of a religious thinker interested in 'think' the story with a realistic approach unaccustomed to utopias; the second, Friedrich August von Hayek, is one of the leading members diquella famous Austrian School that from the period between the two world wars he waged a merciless battle with the Keynesian school and socialism on the way in which political institutions must interact with the market system.
Original languageItalian
Pages283-299
Number of pages17
Publication statusPublished - 2015

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