Arnold Kling is a Hayekian . A slice:
At large scale, the coordination problem becomes much more complex. Economists pay attention to this, and that makes them wiser than non-economists who do not.
But many economists are far too oriented toward the possibilities of centralized command (government regulation) as a coordinating mechanism. And they are too smug about what they can accomplish using math and statistics.
Elaine Schwartz celebrates workers whose labors are invisible to us . (I add only that each of us never sees – and, much less, gets to know – 99.9 percent of the workers  whose knowledge, information, and daily efforts make possible not only our high standard of living but, in today’s world, our very lives.)
During the debate on independence in 1776, Richard Henry Lee of Virginia declared that liberty in America  must be universal, embracing “the Mahomitan [Muslim] and the Gentoo [Hindu] as well as the Christian religion.” The potency of that embrace  has not diminished. Immigrants of every faith still come to America, and become Americans.