The inaugural MOA Conference was held at the London School of Economics in September, 2001.
As a memento of the conference, the MOA published a monograph edited by Leslie Marsh, copies of which were distributed to participants. It included the following articles:
Michael Oakeshott as a Character, by Kenneth Minogue
Encounters with Michael Oakeshott, by Timothy Fuller
Why read Oakeshott?, by Noel O’Sullivan
Oakeshott’s Philosophical Legacy, by Anthony Quinton
The sin of the academic, by John Jascoll
Leslie Marsh obtained permission from the BBC to play at the conference (and to reproduce on our site) a 1948 recording by Oakeshott about the philosophy of history.
- Leslie Marsh’s report in the LSE magazine
The Elephant and the Tortoise, by Peter Coleman (Quadrant magazine, January-February 2002)
Conference Program (PDF format)