In this video (from, I’m guessing, the mid or late 1970s), F.A. Hayek discusses “social justice” and “redistribution” with William Buckley.
Hayek’s accent in this video sometimes makes his conversation a bit difficult to understand. But stick with it. The discussion is filled with insights. For example, starting at about the four-minute mark is a typical – and typically insightful – Hayekian nugget of wisdom:
Our possibility of being charitable is limited by the extent of our knowledge of particular people and particular needs.