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Two Companions Compared by Chapter and Author

The two Companion to Oakeshott volumes published in 2012, one by Cambridge University Press, the other by Penn State University Press, unsurprisingly cover a lot of similar ground. However, each anthology manages to include some elements that the other misses.

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Two Reviews

Here are two reviews of Oakeshottiana; 1) Ken McIntyre’s thoughtful review of Gene Callahan’s Oakeshott on Rome and America 2) John Kekes’ hatchet job on A Companion to Michael Oakeshott

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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

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Penn State Companion Official Launch

The Penn State Companion will have its official launch as part of a colloquium sponsored by The Alexander Hamilton Institute and Colgate’s Center for Freedom & Western Civilization. The colloquium format will be Liberty-style except that there will be an

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A Companion to Michael Oakeshott

Today marks the official publication of A Companion to Michael Oakeshott. Here is the publisher’s webpage along with a link to Penn State’s 20% discount form. Also here are links to extracts from the essays comprising this volume; the Companion’s Facebook

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