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Michael Oakeshott’s Political Philosophy of International Relations

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Just released and available here and here.

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Michael Oakeshott and the Postulates of Individuality

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New paper in Political Theory

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Notebooks, 1922-86

New review in the Los Angeles Review of Books.

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Oakeshott, Coleridge and Burke in Vancouver

Canada’s Simon Fraser University has scheduled a Continuing Studies course for September, 2015 in Vancouver, on “Considering Conservatism: Stability and Social Continuity”. The course will focus on Edmund Burke, Samuel Taylor Coleridge and Michael Oakeshott, and costs “$169” (although adults

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Are We Still Political Animals?

The University of Leiden’s Robbert-Jan Winters turned to Oakeshott’s theory of civil and enterprise association for insights in a July 2015 “mini-conference” at Oxford. “Although Oakeshott is not widely read, I argue that he offers a philosophically sophisticated definition of

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