“It might be said that civilization begins when the individual in the pursuit of his ends can make use of more knowledge than he has himself acquired and when he can transcend the boundaries of his ignorance by profiting from knowledge he does not himself possess.”

in F.A. Hayek, Philosophical, Writers

-F.A. HayekThe Constitution of Liberty, Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, Paperback edition, 1978, p.22.

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