Monthly Archives: August 2009

Corey reviews recent Oakeshott studies

This is a new post of an old link. Elizabeth Corey’s 2006 Modern Age review of several recent books on Oakeshott: Abel and Fuller’s Intellectual Legacy of Michael Oakeshott, Paul Franco’s Introduction…, McIntyre’s Limits of Political Theory, Nardin’s Philosophy… and

Posted in Reviews of Secondary Sources

Ken Minogue on the Elusive Oakeshott

In The American Conservative, Kenneth Minogue has written about why Oakeshott can be understood as someone who was both a philosopher and a conservative, as distinct from a conservative philosopher.

Posted in Philosophy, Political Thought

Conference Registration Now Open

Registration for attendance at the 2009 Michael Oakeshott Association Conference is now open until 15th September. The Conference is scheduled to take place at Baylor University in Waco, Texas, USA, November 12-14, 2009. As announced earlier, the conference will explore

Posted in Events