4 thoughts on “Sudha R. Shenoy 1943-2008, remembered fondly”

  1. Posted 22/09/2008 at 10:00 | Permalink

    I first met Sudha in the mid-1970s and shared with her my enthusiasm for Hayek. I remember discussing ‘Prices and Production’ on some deep central London underground station platform, (after I suspect some meeting of the Selsdon Group). I delighted in her dogmatism in defence of the Austrian view of liberty and free markets. This is no criticism, as it made her thought extraordinarily productive as she applied Austrian principles to a wide variety of themes. I miss her.

  2. Posted 22/09/2008 at 10:00 | Permalink

    I first met Sudha in the mid-1970s and shared with her my enthusiasm for Hayek. I remember discussing ‘Prices and Production’ on some deep central London underground station platform, (after I suspect some meeting of the Selsdon Group). I delighted in her dogmatism in defence of the Austrian view of liberty and free markets. This is no criticism, as it made her thought extraordinarily productive as she applied Austrian principles to a wide variety of themes. I miss her.

  3. Posted 22/09/2008 at 19:39 | Permalink

    Wow. I’ve never heard of Sudha Shenoy. But as an Objectivist I should have. VonMises was Ayn Rand’s favorite of the “Austrian school,” and Hayek and others are good. But how did I live so long without ever hearing of Sudha? Your post gets a nod on my post sometime this week.
    Curtis Edward Clark

  4. Posted 22/09/2008 at 19:39 | Permalink

    Wow. I’ve never heard of Sudha Shenoy. But as an Objectivist I should have. VonMises was Ayn Rand’s favorite of the “Austrian school,” and Hayek and others are good. But how did I live so long without ever hearing of Sudha? Your post gets a nod on my post sometime this week.
    Curtis Edward Clark

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