Oakeshott studies will “never be quite the same again”

The official release date of the Penn State Companion still may be a couple of weeks away, but it seems that some people already have their copies in their hands (perhaps they are the people who took up the pre-publication discount offer, or those who just opted for the Print-on-Demand paperback, which has apparently been available since August). One of these early readers, at least, has liked what he has seen. Over at his Man Without Qualities blog, Leslie Marsh, as well as releasing teasers of the individual chapters, recently recounted this very happy customer’s first impression (inspired by Robert Grant’s biographical chapter): “Oakeshott studies will never be quite the same again”.

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