The principal characteristic shared by Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle — the three greatest philosophers of ancient Greece — was their inability to grasp the essential principles of the spontaneous market order and its dynamic process of social cooperation.
El socialismo y el intervencionismo no han logrado eliminar completamente el capitalismo. Si lo hubieran hecho, después de siglos de ganancias en la prosperidad, redescubriríamos el significado del hambre a gran escala.
Socialism and interventionism have not yet succeeded in completely eliminating capitalism. If they had, we would, after centuries of gains in prosperity, rediscover the meaning of hunger on a massive scale.