I couldn't bring myself to finish Hayek's Counter-Revolution in Science. I got his point dozens pages ago, and he mostly went into tedious intellectual history after that. Mind you, intellectual history can be fun, but he was zeroing in on individuals without saying anything terribly interesting or revealing.
After that I read some fiction and wrote some fiction. Some of the fiction writing is still ongoing, but one story was submitted. We'll see what happens.
The next non-fiction book that I'll blog here is Systems of Survival by Jane Jacobs. I actually read it several years ago, but it's worth re-reading. She wrote it as a dialogue between several characters discussing the ethical ideas underpinning societal structures. She contrasts commercial endeavors with "Guardian" institutions. Obviously police and the military are guardian institutions, but so are all other government offices, as well as educational and artistic institutions dependent on patronage. The concept of duty comes up a lot, and since I believe that a dilution of the concept of duty is one of the problems with American higher education, I think this book is worth re-reading.