End-Result of Justice:Based on Hayek’s Social Theory

Haixia LI, Juwen FU


Hayek strongly defends individual freedom, advocates free competition and market order, and he is strongly against the intervention of state’s mandatory plan instruction. His whole social theory is concentrated on the discussion of free thought, and he emphatically expounded the importance and significance of individual freedom. The thought of justice, as the important part of his social theory, is the defense for individual freedom, so we can say that freedom is the end-result of justice. This article firstly talks about the connotation of justice and freedom and then extends to the standards, basis of distribution of justice until the contradiction of justice and free society, and then figure out the end-result of justice, namely free point of view.


Justice; Freedom; Equity

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Von Hayek, F. (1997). The principle of free. In Z. L. Deng (Order trans.). Beijing: Life•Reading•Xinzhi Sanlian Publishing House.

Von Hayek, F. (2000). Law, legislation and freedom (Vol. I, II, III). In Z. L. Denng (Trans.). Encyclopedia of China Publishing House.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/7329


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