REGRAS E ORDEM DO MERCADO NAS VISÕES DE ADAM SMITH E F. A. HAYEK
The main objective of this article is to recover, from a critical-philosophical point of view, the central importance of the rules to construct an explanation of the market social order in Adam Smith's and F.A. Hayek's perspectives. We start from a point of view that considers a unifying approach of Adam Smith's work giving to the moral rules the status of co-participative, side by side with the invisible hand, on the objective of viabilyzing the social order of the market. In Hayek's work we stress the smithian heritage regarding the market as spontaneous social order and we develop an argument affirming that the rules, although open space to construct a dialog with the heterodox approach, can be used as basis to his theory of self-development of the market, or the idea of the market as the only path to organize the contemporaneous society.
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