Oakeshott’s Skepticism, Politics, and Aesthetics
Promoting critical discussion of British philosopher Michael Oakeshott (1901-90)
The publisher of John Coats’ and Chor-yung Cheung’s The Poetic Character of Human Activity Collected Essays on the Thought of Michael Oakeshott is offering a 20% discount. Download the promotional flyer here.
Efraim Podoksik’s article (2002) The Voice of Poetry in the Thought of Michael Oakeshott, from Efraim’s own site
The European Journal of Political Theory has released a special issue devoted to Michael Oakeshott. Contributors include David Boucher, Efraim Podoksik and Glenn Worthington. Access is restricted, but single-article and 24-hour accounts are available for purchase. Update (25 October 2006): …
Oakeshott and Eliot on the Relation of Poetry, Philosophy, and Practice, by Corey Abel Poetry and Transcendence in Oakeshott, by Elizabeth Campbell Corey The Purpose of Poetry: Oakeshott’s Defense of A Pointless Activity, by Debra Candreva The Text and Context …
4 Papers from the 2002 American Political Science Association (APSA) Conference (Boston) Read more »