Origins, Actual Spontaneity, Diversity
By Sebastiano Bavetta, Carlo Ludovico Cordasco
This article appeared in the Summer 2015 issue of The Independent Review
For the past two decades, political theorists have neglected the theory of spontaneous order, that is, the social coordination that arises unintentionally from the interactions of free individuals. This theory can be revivedand improved uponby focusing not on how spontaneous orders arise, but on how they perform under new conditions, such as when individuals change their preferences and beliefs.
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