Although students of Michael Oakeshott have special reason to be grateful to Timothy Fuller for this carefully selected volume of ten of Oakeshott’s early and mid-career essays, as well as for the scholarly introduction Fuller has provided, his book will also appeal to general readers concerned to grapple with the central issues of modern life and thought with which Oakeshott constantly wrestled. Four of the essays have never been previously published and six are now made available in a more accessible form.
O'Sullivan, Noël K.
"Michael Oakeshott: Religion, Politics and the Moral Life,"
International Dialogue: Vol. 3, Article 18.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.unomaha.edu/id-journal/vol3/iss1/18
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