Hayek and the Fate of Liberty in the Twentieth Century (DVD)
By Kenneth Minogue
In celebration of the one hundredth anniversary of Friedrich von Hayek’s birth, Liberty Fund and the Committee on Social Thought at the University of Chicago present The Legacy of Friedrich von Hayek, a DVD series of seven lectures from outstanding scholars of Hayek’s work. The host and moderator for the lectures is the Chairman of the Committee on Social Thought, Professor Robert Pippin.
Volume 6: Hayek and the Fate of Liberty in the Twentieth Century
Kenneth Minogue, Professor Emeritus of Political Science, the London School of Economics, and Senior Research Fellow with the Social Affairs Unit in London
Minogue was born in New Zealand and educated in Australia. He is the author of The Liberal Mind (1963), Nationalism (1967), The Concept of a University (1974), Alien Powers: The Pure Theory of Ideology (1985), and Politics: A Very Short Introduction (1995). Minogue has lectured at major universities and research institutes worldwide. He is currently a director of the Centre for Policy Studies, for which he has written “The Egalitarian Conceit” and “The Constitutional Mania.”
Jan 2000 |
DVD. Volume 6. 86 minutes.