Archive for May, 2010
George Feaver was a sympathetic student of Oakeshott and during his own academic career wrote repeatedly about his old teacher’s thoughts. One of his MOA conference papers, now available online courtesy of the new George Feaver web site, is “Michael Oakeshott on Representative Democracy”.
The Executive Committee of the Michael Oakeshott Association wishes it to be known that a fund is being set up in the name of the late George Feaver. George’s widow has very generously agreed to capitalize the fund: we are seeking donations to expand the fund, with a view to collectively matching the initial capitalization [...]
Back in September 2009 I mentioned the imminent arrival of Edmund Neill’s slim but highly priced book on Oakeshott. The book has since been published and Till Kinzel has written a review of it, which, given the sticker shock, might be a great service to us all. N.B. Credit once again to Leslie Marsh for [...]