„Hayek truly did get Popper his position at the London School of Economics. “I am personally anxious to get Dr. Popper to this School,” Hayek wrote Gombrich as early as 1943. Given the later prominence that Popper achieved for the school, this was one of Hayek’s most significant contributions to its reputation, as well as the decisive career move in Popper’s life.
Hayek also genuinely influenced Popper’s political philosophy. While Popper always remained to Hayek’s left, he started out much further to Hayek’s left than he wound up, and this movement was in no small part the result of Hayek’s influence. Popper was a charter member of the Mont Pelerin Society. He suggested, however, that socialists be brought into it. Hayek wrote Popper several deeply personal letters in connection with his divorce. It is likely that their personal relationship was more important to and valued by Hayek than Popper, though Popper valued highly Hayek’s friendship.“

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—  Alan O. Ebenstein American political scientist, educator and author 1959

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„Hayek’s ultimate social goal—his utopia—was the unification of all humankind in one society.“

—  Alan O. Ebenstein American political scientist, educator and author 1959

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„Hayek is a puzzle. Certainly he started out as one for me, now some twenty-odd years ago.“

—  Bruce Caldwell (economist) economic historian 1952

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