The Styles of Modern Politics
- The Art of Conversation. Bromwich, David // New Republic;7/10/89-7/17/89, Vol. 201 Issue 2/3, p33
Reviews the book "The Voice of Liberal Learning: Michael Oakeshott on Education," by Michael Oakeshott, edited by Timothy Fuller.
- Learning to be human. Myers, D. G. // American Scholar;Fall90, Vol. 59 Issue 4, p626
Reviews the book `The Voice of Liberal Learning: Michael Oakeshott on Education,' edited by Timothy Fuller.
- The Politics of the Dead Center. Gass, Oscar // New Republic;2/9/63, Vol. 148 Issue 6, p21
Reviews the book "Rationalism in Politics," by Michael Oakeshott.
- On Human Conduct (Book Review). Fuller, Timothy; Havens, Murray Clark // Journal of Politics;Feb76, Vol. 38 Issue 1, p184
Reviews the book 'On Human Conduct,' by Michael Oakeshott.
- Morality and Politics in Modern Europe: The Harvard Lectures, 1958. Edel, Abraham // Society;Mar/Apr95, Vol. 32 Issue 3, p94
Reviews two books by Michael Oakeshott. "Morality and Politics in Modern Europe: The Harvard Lectures, 1958," edited by Shirley Robin Letwin; "Religion, Politics, and the Moral Life," edited by Timothy Fuller.
- Voices in conversation: Philosophy and politics in the work of Michael Oakeshott. Gerencser, Steven A. // Journal of Politics;Aug95, Vol. 57 Issue 3, p724
Provides an overview of the relationship between philosophy and politics in the work of Michael Oakeshott. Difference between the modes of experience and philosophical experience fundamental; Elements in Oakeshott's idealist conception of philosophy; Points to consider in Oakeshott's discussion...
- The Elusive Oakeshott. Minogue, Kenneth // American Conservative;10/1/2009, Vol. 8 Issue 13, p24
The article profiles Michael Oakeshott, a British philosopher and conservative, who defines conservatism less as a political program than as a way of life. It states that Oakeshott is concerned with the political reality and lived through the totalitarian excesses of the 20th century and after...
- Knowledge v. Pet Ideas. // Time;10/23/1950, Vol. 56 Issue 17, p62
The article announces the appointment of Michael Oakeshott as chair of the political science department in the London School of Economics.
- A NEW LOOK AT MICHAEL OAKESHOTT. Auspitz, Josiah Lee // Claremont Review of Books;Spring2014, Vol. 14 Issue 2, p54
An essay is presented on Michael Oakeshott, who was the chairman of the London School of Economics' Political Science Department from 1951-1969. Topics include the contribution of Oakeshott to conservatism, Oakeshott's essays such as "Rationalism in Politics" and "On Human Conduct," and the...