Oakeshott and Eliot on the Relation of Poetry, Philosophy, and Practice, by Corey Abel Poetry and Transcendence in Oakeshott, by Elizabeth Campbell Corey The Purpose of Poetry: Oakeshott’s Defense of A Pointless Activity, by Debra Candreva The Text and Context …
Month: February 2004
On Human Conduct is probably Oakeshott’s greatest masterpiece. Chapter 1 is “On the Theoretical Understanding of Human Conduct” (1975).
Did Oakeshott write the article entitled “Political Maturity”, which was found amongst his archival papers by Luke O’Sullivan? If you know for sure, please contact us.
Oakeshott’s correspondence with Karl Popper (1948).
History and the Social Sciences (1936) .