Friedrich Hayek: The Constitution of Liberty

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What a free society offers to the individual is much more than what he would be able to do if only he were free.

Liberty and responsibility are inseparable.

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Human reason can neither predict nor deliberately shape its own future. Its advances consist in finding out where it has been wrong.

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No human mind can comprehend all the knowledge which guides the actions of society.

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The more civilized we become, the more relatively ignorant must each individual be of the facts on which the working of his civilization depends.

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Freedom granted only when it is known beforehand that its effects will be beneficial is not freedom.

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Nobody is qualified to wield unlimited power.

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The mind cannot foresee its own advance.

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