ARGUMENT: Would Hayek Support the Road to Same-Sex Marriage?

“It is only by recognizing the conflict between a given rule and the rest of our moral beliefs that we can justify our rejection of an established rule.  Even the success  of an innovation by a rule-breaker, and the trust of those who follow him, has to be bought by the esteem he has earned by the scrupulous observation of most of the existing rules.  To become legitimized, the new rules have to obtain the approval of society at large – not by a formal vote, but by gradually speading acceptance.” [COORDINATION PROBLEM]


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