Register of the William Warren Bartley miscellaneous papers

Finding aid prepared by Beth Goder
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Title: William Warren Bartley miscellaneous papers
Date (inclusive): 1975-1988
Collection Number: 91022
Contributing Institution: Hoover Institution Archives
Language of Material: English
Physical Description: 3 manuscript boxes, 1 oversize box, 1 card file box (3.3 linear feet)
Abstract: Drafts, galleys, proofs, memoranda, and correspondence related to production of the first volume of the collected works of the Austrian economist Friedrich A. von Hayek, The Fatal Conceit: The Errors of Socialism (London, 1988), edited by William W. Bartley; and sound recordings of speeches and lectures by F. A. von Hayek and others related to laissez-faire economics.
Physical Location: Hoover Institution Archives
Creator: Bartley, William Warren, 1934-

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Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], William Warren Bartley miscellaneous papers, [Box number], Hoover Institution Archives.

Acquisition Information

Acquired by the Hoover Institution Archives in 1991.

Accruals

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Related Collections

Friedrich A. von Hayek papers, Hoover Institution Archives Sir Karl Raimund Popper papers, Hoover Institution Archives Gerald P. O'Driscoll correspondence with Friedrich A. von Hayek, Hoover Institution Archives

Biographical Note

1934 Born, Wilkinsburg, Pennsylvania
1956 B.A. in philosophy, Harvard University
1958 A.M. in philosophy, Harvard University
1961-1964 Lecturer, Warburg Institute, University of London
1962 Ph.D, London School of Economics (studied under Karl Popper)
1965-1966 Co-director, Humanities Program, University of California, San Diego
1967-1968 Associate professor, University of Pittsburg
1969-1973 Professor and senior research associate, University of Pittsburg
1970-1989 Professor, California State University at Hayward
1973 Professor of philosophy at California State University, Hayward
  Author, Wittgenstein
1977 Editor, Lewis Carroll's Symbolic Logic
1978 Author, Werner Erhard, the Transformation of a Man: The Founding of est
1982 Editor, The Open Universe: An Argument for Indeterminism and Quantum Theory and the Schism in Physics: From The Postscript to the Logic of Scientific Discovery by Karl Popper
1983 Editor, Realism and the Aim of Science by Karl Popper
1985- Senior research fellow, Hoover Institution
1988 Editor, The Fatal Conceit: The Errors of Socialism by Friedrich A. von Hayek
1990 Author, Unfathomed Knowledge, Unmeasured Wealth: On Universities and the Wealth of Nations
  Died

Scope and Content of Collection

The William W. Bartley papers contain drafts of the first volume of the collected works of Friedrich A. von Hayek, The Fatal Conceit: The Errors of Socialism and sound recordings of speeches and lectures by F. A. von Hayek and others.
William Warren Bartley was a professor and American philosopher who edited works by Karl Popper and Friedrich A. von Hayek. He was the editor of Hayek's The Fatal Conceit, a book which discusses Hayek's view of socialism, defining the fatal conceit as the idea that "man is able to shape the world according to his wishes" (p. 27). The Fatal Conceit file contains drafts of this work and related correspondence.
The collection contains Sound recordings of economics lectures by Friedrich A. von Hayek, Ronald Coase, Roger Garrison, William Hutt, Israel Kirzner, Murry Rothbard, Gerald O'Driscoll, and other economists.

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Hayek, Friedrich A. von (Friedrich August), 1899-1992.
Economics.
Economists.
Laissez-faire.
Liberty.
Phonotapes.

 

The Fatal Conceit file 1987-1988

Scope and Contents note

Includes annotated drafts and correspondence related to the production of the first volume of the collected works of Friedrich A. von Hayek, The Fatal Conceit: The Errors of Socialism. Arranged chronologically. Some dates of drafts taken from attached correspondence.
Box/Folder: 1 : 1

Bibliography and end notes undated

Box/Folder: 1 : 2

Endnotes undated

Box/Folder: 1 : 3-5

Proofs, annotated undated

Box/Folder: 1 : 6-8

Typescripts undated

Box/Folder: 2 : 1-2

Typescript, "original" undated

Box/Folder: 2 : 3-4

Typescript 1987 August

Box/Folder: 2 : 5-6

Typescript, part 1 1987 November

Box/Folder: 3 : 1-2

Typescript, annotated circa 1988 January

Box/Folder: 3 : 3-4

Typesetting proofs 1988 March

Box/Folder: 3 : 5

Typesetting proofs and inserts, American edition 1988 March

Box/Folder: 3 : 6

Typesetting proofs, British edition 1988 March

Box/Folder: 3 : 7

Proofs 1988 June

Box/Folder: 3 : 8

Letter from Gary Davis with title page 1988 August

Box/Folder: 3 : 9

Front matter and letter from Peter Sowden 1988 September

 

Sound recordings 1975-1976, undated

Physical Description: 50 sound cassettes

Scope and Contents note

Contains 50 compact sound cassettes of economics lectures by F. A. von Hayek, Ronald Coase, Roger Garrison, William Hutt, Israel Kirzner, Murry Rothbard, Gerald O'Driscoll, and others. The majority of cassettes in the collection retain an original numbering system, with cassettes labeled 1 to 21 and 165 to 182, although there are some gaps within this system. Tapes labeled with these numbers are arranged in numerical order, while tapes without numbers are arranged alphabetically by speaker (or by title when the speaker cannot be identified). Titles are inscribed from labels and may not match content.
Box: 4

Liberty Audio lectures

Access

Use copy reference number: 91022_a_0010499

Scope and Contents note

Parts 01-03: 'Spontaneous Order and the Economic Point of View' by Israel Kirzner Parts 04-06: 'The Foundations of Economic Understanding' by Israel Kirzner Parts 07-09: 'Competition as a Process' Parts 10-11: 'The 'Problem' of Monopoly' by Roger Garrison Parts 12-14: 'A Perspective on Antitrust Policy' by Gerald O'Driscoll Parts 15-16: 'Externalities and the Notion of Social Cost' by Gerald O'Driscoll Parts 17-19: 'Production in a Market Economy' by Roger Garrison Parts 20-22: 'The Austrian Theory of Money and Monetary Institutions' by Gerald O'Driscoll Parts 23-25: 'The Austrian Theory of the Business Cycle' by Roger Garrison Parts 26-28: 'A Critique of Keynesianism and Monetarism' by Roger Garrison Parts 29-31: 'Consumer Sovereignty and the Market System' by Roger Garrison Parts 32-34: 'The Morality of the Market System' by Israel Kirzner Parts 35-36: 'Economic Justice and the Spontaneous Order' by Gerald O'Driscoll Parts 37-38: 'Theories of Interest' (incomplete) by Israel Kirzner
 

Law and Economics series, San Diego

Box: 4

W. Allen Wallis lecture: Law and the Economy 15 January 1976

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Use copy reference number: 91022_a_0010500
Box: 4

Henry Manne lecture: Individual Constraints and Incentives in Government Regulation of Business 29 January 1976

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Use copy reference number: 91022_a_0010501
Box: 4

James Liebler lecture: The Political Economy of Resentment 12 February 1976

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Use copy reference number: 91022_a_0010502
Box: 4

Michael E. Levine lecture: The Economics and Politics of Airline Deregulations 19 February 1976

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Use copy reference number: 91022_a_0010503
Box: 4

Alvin Klevorick lecture: Jury Composition--An Economic Approach 26 February 1976

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Use copy reference number: 91022_a_0010504
Box: 4

Ronald Coase lecture: Adam Smith and the Wealth of Nations 11 March 1976

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Use copy reference number: 91022_a_0010505
Box: 4

James Buchanan lecture: Law and the Invisible Hand 18 March 1976

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Use copy reference number: 91022_a_0010506
Box: 4

Bernard Siegan lecture: Regulating the Use of Land 22 April 1976

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Use copy reference number: 91022_a_0010507
Box: 4

Sam Peltzman lecture: The Effects of Regulation of New Drugs

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Use copy reference number: 91022_a_0010508
Box: 4

Dr. Martin Larson monetary seminar

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Use copy reference number: 91022_a_0010511
Box: 4

F. A. Harper lecture: What We Owe Our Fellow Man

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Use copy reference number: 91022_a_0010512
Box: 4

Friedrich A. Hayek appearance on Meet the Press 22 June 1975

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Use copy reference number: 91022_a_0010510
Box: 4

Friedrich A. Hayek lecture: Where Are We on the Road to Serfdom? 30 November 1974

Access

Use copy reference number: 91022_a_0010509

Scope and Contents note

St. Louis
Box: 4

Hayek, Keynes, O'Driscoll, Hutt, Rothbard

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Use copy reference number: 91022_a_0010514
Box: 4

Unidentified

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Use copy reference number: 91022_a_0010516
Box: 4

[Cotereusia?]

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Use copy reference number: 91022_a_0010515
Box: 5

Hutt, Clausura, Cena, and Hayek discussions

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Use copy reference number: 91022_a_0010521

Scope and Contents note

Part 1: 'Optimum Degree of Competition'
Part 2: 'Information and Unemployment in the Trade Cycle'
Box: 5

Joe Salerno lecture: Supply and Demand

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Use copy reference number: 91022_a_0010528

Scope and Contents note

Tyler - Austin lecture
Box: 5

Joe Salerno on public choice

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Use copy reference number: 91022_a_0010523
Box: 5

Kauder and Greaves discussion: The Austrian Theory of Marginal Use

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Use copy reference number: 91022_a_0010520
Box: 5

Kirzner and Rothbard discussion: Competition and Monopoly Theory

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Use copy reference number: 91022_a_0010518
Box: 5

Kirzner and Yeager discussion: Miseaisan Time Preference

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Use copy reference number: 91022_a_0010522
Box: 5

Moss and Rothbard discussion: 'Property Rights and Human Actions' and commentary, and Young and Rothbard discussion: 'Property Rights, Axiomatic Basis of Austrian Economics'

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Use copy reference number: 91022_a_0010525
Box: 5

Moss, Kauder, Hayek, Hutt discussion: Adam Smith and Subjective Theory

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Use copy reference number: 91022_a_0010524
Box: 5

Rothbard, Hayek, and Hutt discussion 'Axiomatic Basis' and Greaves, Kirsner, and Hutt discussion 'Bureaucracy'

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Use copy reference number: 91022_a_0010527
Box: 5

Rothbard, Hayek, and Hutt discussion: Deflation

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Use copy reference number: 91022_a_0010526
Box: 5

Austrian Theory of the Business Cycle by Hutt, Hayek, and Rothbard

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Use copy reference number: 91022_a_0010517

Scope and Contents note

Unfortunately, the accessioned cassette is effectively blank. This program is unavailable.
Box: 5

Kirzner, Israel, 'Some Thoughts on Contemporary Economics,' Hutt and Hayek, 'Preguntas Respuestas' (questions and answers)

Access

Use copy reference number: 91022_a_0010519

Scope and Contents note

Unfortunately, the accessioned cassette is blank. This program is unavailable.