Yearly Archives: 2011

Franco-Marsh Companion Comes Closer

Leslie Marsh and Paul Franco’s forthcoming Companion to Michael Oakeshott now has its own companion web site. Although the book still does not get a mention on the web site of the publisher, Penn State University Press, the chapter line-up

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Oakeshott Memorial Lecture, LSE, 19th October 2011

Are adverbial rules enough? Michael Oakeshott famously distinguished the character of a state, as opposed to an enterprise association, as something that derives from the imposition of adverbial constraints on action rather than the adoption of social goals. Oliver Letwin

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2011 MOA Conference Program

The program for this month’s tenth Michael Oakeshott Association conference is now available for download as a PDF.

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Jay Sigler on Oakeshott from 1968

I only recently stumbled upon this article about Oakeshott in the 1968 issue of New Individualist Review, but since it is freely readable online it deserves to be noted. Jay Sigler discusses Oakeshott’s political thought, focusing on the essays in

Posted in Reviews of Primary Sources

MOA Conference Travel Grants now open

The George Feaver Young Scholars Fund, administered by the Michael Oakeshott Association (MOA), is seeking applications for grants enabling attendance at the fifth MOA conference to be held at the University of Tulsa in Tulsa, Oklahoma from October 13-16, 2011

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