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Review of Franco-Marsh Companion

Review essay of A Companion to Michael Oakeshott CONVERSATIONS WITH MICHAEL OAKESHOTT – AN INTERLUDE TO OAKESHOTT SCHOLARSHIP by Suvi Soininen Redescriptions: yearbook of political thought, conceptual history and feminist theory. 2012/2013, vol. 16, pp. 172-187 (in downloadable pdf)

Posted in Companions to Michael Oakeshott, Reviews of Secondary Sources

Reply to Kekes by Bob Grant

Cambridge, 19.3.13 Dear MOA fellow-members, Regarding John Kekes’s comments in Notre Dame Philosophy Reviews (no. 2013.02.03) on my contribution to Paul and Leslie’s recent Companion to Michael Oakeshott, he is not obliged to like what I write, but he is

Posted in Biographical, Companions to Michael Oakeshott, Reviews of Secondary Sources

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.

Posted in Companions to Michael Oakeshott, Reviews of Secondary Sources

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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Oakeshott vs. America

Review of Gene Callahan’s latest.

Posted in Political Thought, Reviews of Secondary Sources