You might find this interesting. They discuss Hayek's seeming inconsistencies.
I remember reading this a few years back. Friedman is the man. I like this quote.
"Your tone is that of a theologian examining scripture, not a social scientist tackling existing institutions to improve them, or an open-minded analyst of partial improvements."
- Friedman speaking of Block
Ambition is a dream with a V8 engine - Elvis Presley
Hmm, I wonder what Milton would have said about his son David had he responded.
Now I'll have to read The Road to Serfdom to come to my own conclusions.
The Road to Serfdom is boring.
What's it about?
Why not listen to Hoppe: https://mises.org/daily/5747/Why-Mises-and-not-Hayek
You're better off reading von Mises.
They're both good. There's no reason to not read Hayek. He's a great economist. As with everything, you don't have to accept everything as the word of god if it's not right. Mises is also a great economist. Why bother putting oneself into the Hayek vs. Mises dichotomy? Hayek is great for Trade Cycle Theory and Monetary Policy. Mises is great for Anti-Socialism, Deductive Economics, the beginnings of Trade Cycle Theory, source of money, etc.
The Anarch is to the Anarchist what the Monarch is to the Monarchist.