Monthly Archives: January 2013

Edmund Neill’s Michael Oakeshott

Now available in paperback. Update, 11 March 2013: There is a video available on vimeo of the South Korean launch of Edmund Neill’s book.

Posted in Events, General News

Penn State Companion Launch

The Penn State Companion will have its launch as part of a colloquium sponsored by The Alexander Hamilton Institute and Colgate’s Center for Freedom & Western Civilization: the theme “What Is a Civilizational Struggle: The Work of Samuel Huntington” Dates: Thur, April

Posted in Companions to Michael Oakeshott, Events

Oakeshott vs. America

Review of Gene Callahan’s latest.

Posted in Political Thought, Reviews of Secondary Sources

Call for Papers: Modernity and Its Discontents

This marks the seventh meeting of the Michael Oakeshott Association to be held at Colorado College, Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA, September 26-29, 2013 This year, we invite submissions on a broad topic: “Modernity and its Discontents.” We hope to engage

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Two New Noël O’Sullivan Articles

Two new Noël O’Sullivan pieces: (1) ‘The place of enlightenment in Oakeshott’s concept of liberal education.‘ Politeja, No 3 (17), 2011, pp. 5-16. (2) ‘Vida y Epoca de Oakeshott: Unas Memorias Filosoficas’ Cuardenos de pensamiento politico, no. 37, Enero/Marzo 2013, pp. 69-84.

Posted in Biographical, Education, Philosophy, Political Thought, Secondary Sources - General, Translations