Francis Fukuyama skriver om Hayeks The Constitution of Liberty i
The New York Times: “The Constitution of Liberty” builds on this view of
the limits of human cognition to make the case that no government can
know enough about a society to plan effectively. The government’s true
role is more modest: to create laws that are general and equally
applied; these laws constitute the matrix in which the spontaneous
interactions of individuals can occur." Les også bloggposten der William
Easterly kritiserer deler av Fukuyamas fremstilling.