Contents

SOCIALIZING THE MIND AND “COGNITIVIZING” SOCIALITY (Leslie Marsh)

“MARGINAL MEN”: WEIMER ON HAYEK (Walter Weimer)

PART I: NEUROSCIENCE

HAYEK IN TODAY’S COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE (Joaquin Fuster)

VIEWS OF HAYEK, HEBB, AND HEISENBERG: TOWARD AN APPROACH TO BRAIN FUNCTIONING (Erol Başar)

PART II: PHILOSOPHY OF MIND

HAYEK, CONNECTIONISM, AND SCIENTIFIC NATURALISM (Joshua Rust)

HAYEK’S SPECULATIVE PSYCHOLOGY, THE NEUROSCIENCE OF VALUE ESTIMATION, AND THE BASIS OF NORMATIVE INDIVIDUALISM (Don Ross)

HAYEK, POPPER, AND THE CAUSAL THEORY OF THE MIND (Edward Feser)

C. S. PEIRCE AND F. A. HAYEK ON THE ABSTRACT NATURE OF SENSATION AND COGNITION (James R. Wible)

HAYEK’S POST-POSITIVIST EMPIRICISM: EXPERIENCE BEYOND SENSATION (Jan Willem Lindemans)

A NOTE ON THE INFLUENCE OF MACH’S PSYCHOLOGY IN THE SENSORY ORDER
(Giandomenica Becchio)

PART III: MIND AND SOCIALITY

THE EMERGENCE OF THE MIND: HAYEK’S ACCOUNT OF MENTAL PHENOMENA AS A
PRODUCT OF SPONTANEOUS PHYSICAL AND SOCIAL ORDERS (Gloria Zúñiga y Postigo)

HAYEK’S SELF-ORGANIZING MENTAL ORDER AND FOLK-PSYCHOLOGICAL THEORIES OF THE MIND (Chiara Chelini)

BEYOND COMPLEXITY: CAN THE SENSORY ORDER DEFEND THE LIBERAL SELF?
(Chor-yung Cheung)

COGNITIVE OPENING AND CLOSING: TOWARD AN EXPLORATION OF THE MENTAL WORLD OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP (Thierry Aimar)

GETTING TO THE HAYEKIAN NETWORK (Troy Camplin)