Of Legends, Imagination and Politics

Released last month by Imprint Academic:

“The Legendary Past: Michael Oakeshott on Imagination and Political Identity”, by Natalie Riendeau.

The book is available in Kindle format on Amazon’s UK and USA sites, as well as in Hardback format.

Cover of the book The Legendary Past

Posted in History, Political Thought

A Danse Macabre of Wants and Satisfactions: Hayek, Oakeshott, Liberty, and Cognition

Just published in: Austrian Economic Perspectives on Individualism and Society: Moving Beyond Methodological Individualism

Posted in Oakeshott and his contemporaries, Secondary Sources - General

Oakeshott’s concept of ideology

New paper by David Corey.

Posted in Secondary Sources - General

Timothy Fuller on Oakeshott’s Notebooks

“The Compensations of Michael Oakeshott”.

In The New Criterion, November 2014

(Please note: a subscription is required to read the full text)

Update, 30 November 2014: For more of Timothy Fuller’s thoughts on Oakeshott you can download a copy of his memoir published for the inaugural MOA conference in 2001, “Encounters with Michael Oakeshott” (PDF).

Posted in Reviews of Primary Sources

Nardin’s Philosophy of Michael Oakeshott – on sale until 31 Oct

Terry Nardin’s 2001 book The Philosophy of Michael Oakeshott is one of the titles that has been discounted for the duration of the Penn State University Press Philosophy Book Sale.

The sale runs until 31 October, 2014.

The book is listed as being available in both hardback and paperback, and the discounts look to be substantial.

See the book’s page on the Penn State University Press site.

Posted in Philosophy, Secondary Sources - General