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dc.contributor.authorGogłoza, Włodzimierz-
dc.identifier.citationMiscellanea Historico-Iuridica T. 15, Z. 2, 2016, s. 169-192pl
dc.description.abstractThe theory of spontaneous order is widely regarded as one of the most important contributions of F.A. Hayek to the development of social sciences. Hayek’s main example of an emergent order is the classical (Medieval and Early Modern) common law. In his account, common law is not only a result of spontaneous evolution but also the main source of the unusual amount of freedom the early modern Englishman enjoyed compared to his European counterparts. In this paper I discuss some problems with Hayek’s analysis of the historical development of common law. In particular I criticize his claim that classical common law was based around precedents, and stress the surprising – given his economic views – lack of appreciation for the role competition between different courts played in the development of English law up until the nineteenth century. In conclusion I argue that polycentric legal order is the proper foundation for Hayek’s “constitution of liberty”.pl
dc.publisherWydawnictwo Uniwersytetu w Białymstokupl
dc.subjectF. A. Hayekpl
dc.subjecttheory of spontaneous orderpl
dc.subjectcommon lawpl
dc.subjectevolutionary theory of lawpl
dc.subjectład emergentnypl
dc.subjectcommon lawpl
dc.subjectewolucyjna teoria prawapl
dc.titleHayek, common law i teoria spontanicznego porządku – problemy Hayekowskiej analizy angloamerykańskiej kultury prawnejpl
dc.title.alternativeHayek, common law and the theory of spontaneous order – some problems with Hayek’s analysis of the Anglo-American legal traditionpl
dc.description.AffiliationUniwersytet Marii Curie-Skłodowskiej w Lubliniepl
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