Michael Oakeshott Selected Writings Collection.

By: Oakeshott, MichaelContributor(s): O'Sullivan, LukeSeries: Michael Oakeshott Selected WritingsPublisher: Luton, Bedfordshire : Andrews UK Ltd., 2014Copyright date: ©2014Edition: 1st edDescription: 1 online resource (3341 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781845407827Subject(s): Education -- PhilosophyGenre/Form: Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Michael Oakeshott Selected Writings CollectionDDC classification: 370.1 LOC classification: LB14.7 -- .M534 2014ebOnline resources: Click to View
Contents:
Cover -- Contents -- Front matter -- Title page -- Publisher information -- Notebooks, 1922-86 -- Title page -- Preface -- Introduction -- Notebook 1 (c.1922) -- Notebook 2 (c.1922) -- Notebook 3 (1922) -- Notebook 4 (1923) -- Plato 1 (July 1923) -- Plato 2 (July 1923) -- Early Greek Philosophy (October 1923) -- Spinoza (October 1923) -- Aristotle 1 (November 1923) -- Notebook 5 (1923) -- Aristotle 2 (December 1923) -- Aristotle 3 (January 1924) -- Aristotle 4 (February 1924) -- Aristotle 5 (April 1924) -- Notebook 6 (September 1924) -- Notebook 7 (November 1925) -- Notebook 8 (November 1926) -- Notebook 9 (January 1927) -- Notebook 10 (September 1928) -- Belle Dame Notebook 1 (1928-1929) -- Belle Dame Notebook 2 (1929-January 1930) -- Belle Dame Notebook 3 (January-June 1930) -- Belle Dame Notebook 4 (June-December 1930) -- Belle Dame Notebook 5 (December 1930-April 1931) -- Secularism (c.1930) -- Belle Dame Notebook 6 (March-June 1931) -- Belle Dame Notebook 7 (June-July 1931) -- Belle Dame Notebook 8 (July-31 December 1931) -- Notebook 11 (October 1931) -- Belle Dame Notebook 9 (January-October 1932) -- Belle Dame Notebook 10 (October 1932-March 1934) -- Belle Dame Notebook 11 (March 1934) -- Notebook 12 (December 1934) -- Notebook 13 (April 1936) -- A Conversation (1944) -- Nelson (c.1947) -- Notebook 14 (February 1955) -- Notebook 15 (March 1955) -- Notebook 16 (September 1958) -- Notebook 17 (April 1961) -- Notebook 18 (March 1964) -- Notebook 19 (January 1966) -- Notebook 20 (April 1967) -- Notebook 21 (1 January 1981) -- Early Political Writings 1925-30 -- Title Page -- Preface -- Editorial Introduction -- I: The Early Oakeshott and Political Philosophy -- II: A Discussion of Some Matters Preliminary to the Study of Political Philosophy -- III: The Philosophical Approach to Politics.
IV: Oakeshott's Early and Late Ideas on Political Philosophy Compared -- V: A Note on the Texts -- Part 1: A Discussion of Some Matters Preliminary to the Study of Political Philosophy -- Introduction -- Definition -- Political Philosophy -- The State -- Note A: A State and the State. -- Note B: The Ideal, the Real and the Actual. -- Note C: A State and a Nation. -- Note D: Some Definitions of the State. -- The Self -- The State and the Self -- Government and Law -- Conclusion -- Part 2 The Philosophical Approach to Politics -- What is Political Philosophy? -- The General Nature of Thinking and Philosophy -- Political Thinking in General -- Scientific Thinking about Politics -- Historical Thinking about Politics -- Practical Thinking about Politics -- Pseudo-Philosophical Thinking about Politics -- Philosophy Again -- The Concept of a Philosophical Jurisprudence -- Title Page -- Preface -- Introduction -- I: Religion -- II: Historiography and Philosophy of History -- III: Culture -- IV: Philosophy -- V: Politics -- VI: The History of Political Thought -- A Note on the Texts -- Science, Religion, and Reality -- The Christian Religion and Its Competitors To‑day -- Providence - Divine and Human -- The Metaphysics of Evolution -- General Theory of Value -- The Principles and Problems of Philosophy -- The Realm of Mind and Three Conceptions of Mind -- Contemporary Thought of Great Britain -- Can We Then Believe? Essays Catholic and Critical, and The Inescapable Christ -- Modernism in the English Church -- Fundamental Problems of Life -- Authority in Church and State -- Clemenceau -- The Meaning of Culture -- The Principles of Politics -- What is Conservatism? and The Pathetic Fallacy -- God and Man -- The Making of the Christian Mind -- Experience of God -- Afterthoughts and Aphorisms -- Hunger and Love -- Adventures in Philosophy and Religion.
Ethical Principles in Theory and Practice -- Religion without God, The New Divine Order, and Philosophy without Metaphysics -- John Locke -- The Social and Political Ideas of Some Representative Thinkers of the Age of Reaction and Reconstruction -- The Making of the State -- Interpreting the Universe -- Idealistic Logic -- In Job's Balances -- A New Argument for God and Survival -- Civitas Dei -- Natural Law and the Theory of Society -- Aspects of Dialectical Materialism -- Adventures of Ideas -- The Horizon of Experience -- Richard Hooker als politischer Denker -- Thomas Hobbes -- Christianity and the Nature of History and Religion and History -- Morals and Politics -- The Political Philosophies of Plato and Hegel -- Right: a Study in Physical and Moral Order -- History and the Social Sciences -- An Introduction to Contemporary German Philosophy -- The Meaning of History -- The Historical Element in Religion -- Collected Essays -- Bernard Bosanquet's Philosophy of the State -- The Political Philosophy of Hobbes -- Ideology and Utopia -- This Freedom of Ours -- The Modern Mind -- The Concept of a Philosophical Jurisprudence -- I -- II -- III -- The Principles of Art -- Swords and Symbols -- Reason in Politics -- The Politics of Democratic Socialism -- Men and Ideas -- Politics and Morals -- The Idea of History -- The Liberal Tradition -- Western Political Thought -- Contemporary British Politics -- The Analysis of Political Behaviour -- The English Festivals -- Nietzsche -- Masters of Political Thought -- Why We Read History -- Father, a Portrait of G.G. Coulton at Home -- Bulwer-Lytton -- Man and Society -- Reason and Unreason in Society -- Puritanism and Democracy -- Decadence -- Science and Society -- The State and the Citizen -- The Triple Challenge -- How to Stop the Russians without War -- Principles and Ideals in Politics.
The Modern Approach to Descartes' Problem, Notes on Descartes' Règles and Descartes -- Socialism and Ethics -- The Tree of Commonwealth -- Insight and Outlook -- Deviation into Sense -- The Life of Reason -- Matter, Mind, and Meaning -- Barbara Celarent -- The Freedom of Necessity -- The Life of Reason -- Marxism and Contemporary Science -- The Origins of Modern Science -- The Coming Defeat of Communism -- The Tyrants -- The Attack -- Listen to Him! -- Cambridge Conversations -- The English Utilitarians -- John Locke's Political Philosophy -- Patriarcha -- The Concept of Mind -- Tell Me the Next One -- Beyond Realism and Idealism -- The Great Philosophers -- Mr Carr's First Volume -- The B.B.C. -- Modern Capitalism and Economic Progress -- The City of God and Introduction to St Augustine -- Citizenship and Social Class -- The Discourses of Niccoló Machiavelli -- History, Its Purpose and Method -- Liberties of the Mind -- Dominations and Powers -- The Price of Revolution -- Psychoanalysis and Politics -- Introduction to Politics -- The Vocabulary of a Modern European State -- Title page -- Preface -- Introduction -- I: Religion -- II: Philosophy -- III: Culture -- IV: Historiography and Philosophy of History -- V: History and Political Thought -- VI: Politics-The Reviews -- VII: Politics-The Essays -- A Note on the Texts -- A Reminder from Leviathan -- The Ethics of Redistribution -- Two Cheers for Democracy -- An Introduction to Philosophy of History -- Liberty or Equality -- The Problem of Power -- The Liberal Anglican Idea of History -- Freedom: A New Analysis -- The Vocabulary of Politics -- The Letters of Jacob Burckhardt -- Anarchy and Order -- Politics and Opinion in the Nineteenth Century -- Political Parties -- The Conservative Mind -- Memoirs of Dr Eduard Beneš -- The Hungry Sheep -- Reason and Revolution.
The Concept of Government in Modern Europe -- I Introduction -- II Assumptions for the Existence of Government -- III Different Ideas about Government -- IV The Constitution of Government -- V The Growing Importance of the Functions of Government -- VI The Ordering of Governmental Activities -- VII The Ambiguity of Our Political Vocabulary and Its Meaning -- VIII Historical Origins of Our Thinking about the Function of Government -- IX Conclusion -- Government by Committee -- Man on His Past -- Uncommon People -- History in a Changing World -- Conservatism in America -- Studies in Communication -- Minos or Minotaur? -- Mazzini -- The Chatham Administration, 1766-1768 -- Sovereignty -- The English Woman in History -- The Political Philosophy of Thomas Hobbes -- The Study of Comparative Government and Politics -- Marxism and the Open Mind -- George III and the Historians -- The Opium of the Intellectuals -- Documents of Modern Political Thought -- Personal Knowledge -- Realism and Imagination -- Political Discipline in a Free Society -- The Story of Fabian Socialism -- Two Treatises of Government -- Montesquieu -- Political Laws and Captive Audiences -- The Essentials of Parliamentary Democracy -- Rationalism in Politics: A Reply to Professor Raphael -- The Conservative Opportunity -- Philosophy, Politics and Society -- Magna Charta -- The Works of Joseph de Maistre -- Coleridge and the Idea of the Modern State -- Nazism -- History of the Party -- Programme -- Revolutionary Aims and Tactics -- Social and Political Doctrine -- Party and State -- Hobbes Studies -- The Principles of Politics -- Sovereignty -- William of Wykeham -- The Aims of History -- Critique of Hegel's Philosophy of Right -- Hegel's Theory of the Modern State -- The Vocabulary of a Modern European State -- I -- II -- III -- On Misunderstanding Human Conduct -- Conservative Essays.
In Search of the Constitution.
Summary: A collection of 6 volumes of Oakeshott's work: Notebooks, 1922-86, Early Political Writings 1925-30, The Concept of a Philosophical Jurisprudence, Vocabulary of a Modern European State, Lectures in the History of Political Thought, and What is History?.
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Cover -- Contents -- Front matter -- Title page -- Publisher information -- Notebooks, 1922-86 -- Title page -- Preface -- Introduction -- Notebook 1 (c.1922) -- Notebook 2 (c.1922) -- Notebook 3 (1922) -- Notebook 4 (1923) -- Plato 1 (July 1923) -- Plato 2 (July 1923) -- Early Greek Philosophy (October 1923) -- Spinoza (October 1923) -- Aristotle 1 (November 1923) -- Notebook 5 (1923) -- Aristotle 2 (December 1923) -- Aristotle 3 (January 1924) -- Aristotle 4 (February 1924) -- Aristotle 5 (April 1924) -- Notebook 6 (September 1924) -- Notebook 7 (November 1925) -- Notebook 8 (November 1926) -- Notebook 9 (January 1927) -- Notebook 10 (September 1928) -- Belle Dame Notebook 1 (1928-1929) -- Belle Dame Notebook 2 (1929-January 1930) -- Belle Dame Notebook 3 (January-June 1930) -- Belle Dame Notebook 4 (June-December 1930) -- Belle Dame Notebook 5 (December 1930-April 1931) -- Secularism (c.1930) -- Belle Dame Notebook 6 (March-June 1931) -- Belle Dame Notebook 7 (June-July 1931) -- Belle Dame Notebook 8 (July-31 December 1931) -- Notebook 11 (October 1931) -- Belle Dame Notebook 9 (January-October 1932) -- Belle Dame Notebook 10 (October 1932-March 1934) -- Belle Dame Notebook 11 (March 1934) -- Notebook 12 (December 1934) -- Notebook 13 (April 1936) -- A Conversation (1944) -- Nelson (c.1947) -- Notebook 14 (February 1955) -- Notebook 15 (March 1955) -- Notebook 16 (September 1958) -- Notebook 17 (April 1961) -- Notebook 18 (March 1964) -- Notebook 19 (January 1966) -- Notebook 20 (April 1967) -- Notebook 21 (1 January 1981) -- Early Political Writings 1925-30 -- Title Page -- Preface -- Editorial Introduction -- I: The Early Oakeshott and Political Philosophy -- II: A Discussion of Some Matters Preliminary to the Study of Political Philosophy -- III: The Philosophical Approach to Politics.

IV: Oakeshott's Early and Late Ideas on Political Philosophy Compared -- V: A Note on the Texts -- Part 1: A Discussion of Some Matters Preliminary to the Study of Political Philosophy -- Introduction -- Definition -- Political Philosophy -- The State -- Note A: A State and the State. -- Note B: The Ideal, the Real and the Actual. -- Note C: A State and a Nation. -- Note D: Some Definitions of the State. -- The Self -- The State and the Self -- Government and Law -- Conclusion -- Part 2 The Philosophical Approach to Politics -- What is Political Philosophy? -- The General Nature of Thinking and Philosophy -- Political Thinking in General -- Scientific Thinking about Politics -- Historical Thinking about Politics -- Practical Thinking about Politics -- Pseudo-Philosophical Thinking about Politics -- Philosophy Again -- The Concept of a Philosophical Jurisprudence -- Title Page -- Preface -- Introduction -- I: Religion -- II: Historiography and Philosophy of History -- III: Culture -- IV: Philosophy -- V: Politics -- VI: The History of Political Thought -- A Note on the Texts -- Science, Religion, and Reality -- The Christian Religion and Its Competitors To‑day -- Providence - Divine and Human -- The Metaphysics of Evolution -- General Theory of Value -- The Principles and Problems of Philosophy -- The Realm of Mind and Three Conceptions of Mind -- Contemporary Thought of Great Britain -- Can We Then Believe? Essays Catholic and Critical, and The Inescapable Christ -- Modernism in the English Church -- Fundamental Problems of Life -- Authority in Church and State -- Clemenceau -- The Meaning of Culture -- The Principles of Politics -- What is Conservatism? and The Pathetic Fallacy -- God and Man -- The Making of the Christian Mind -- Experience of God -- Afterthoughts and Aphorisms -- Hunger and Love -- Adventures in Philosophy and Religion.

Ethical Principles in Theory and Practice -- Religion without God, The New Divine Order, and Philosophy without Metaphysics -- John Locke -- The Social and Political Ideas of Some Representative Thinkers of the Age of Reaction and Reconstruction -- The Making of the State -- Interpreting the Universe -- Idealistic Logic -- In Job's Balances -- A New Argument for God and Survival -- Civitas Dei -- Natural Law and the Theory of Society -- Aspects of Dialectical Materialism -- Adventures of Ideas -- The Horizon of Experience -- Richard Hooker als politischer Denker -- Thomas Hobbes -- Christianity and the Nature of History and Religion and History -- Morals and Politics -- The Political Philosophies of Plato and Hegel -- Right: a Study in Physical and Moral Order -- History and the Social Sciences -- An Introduction to Contemporary German Philosophy -- The Meaning of History -- The Historical Element in Religion -- Collected Essays -- Bernard Bosanquet's Philosophy of the State -- The Political Philosophy of Hobbes -- Ideology and Utopia -- This Freedom of Ours -- The Modern Mind -- The Concept of a Philosophical Jurisprudence -- I -- II -- III -- The Principles of Art -- Swords and Symbols -- Reason in Politics -- The Politics of Democratic Socialism -- Men and Ideas -- Politics and Morals -- The Idea of History -- The Liberal Tradition -- Western Political Thought -- Contemporary British Politics -- The Analysis of Political Behaviour -- The English Festivals -- Nietzsche -- Masters of Political Thought -- Why We Read History -- Father, a Portrait of G.G. Coulton at Home -- Bulwer-Lytton -- Man and Society -- Reason and Unreason in Society -- Puritanism and Democracy -- Decadence -- Science and Society -- The State and the Citizen -- The Triple Challenge -- How to Stop the Russians without War -- Principles and Ideals in Politics.

The Modern Approach to Descartes' Problem, Notes on Descartes' Règles and Descartes -- Socialism and Ethics -- The Tree of Commonwealth -- Insight and Outlook -- Deviation into Sense -- The Life of Reason -- Matter, Mind, and Meaning -- Barbara Celarent -- The Freedom of Necessity -- The Life of Reason -- Marxism and Contemporary Science -- The Origins of Modern Science -- The Coming Defeat of Communism -- The Tyrants -- The Attack -- Listen to Him! -- Cambridge Conversations -- The English Utilitarians -- John Locke's Political Philosophy -- Patriarcha -- The Concept of Mind -- Tell Me the Next One -- Beyond Realism and Idealism -- The Great Philosophers -- Mr Carr's First Volume -- The B.B.C. -- Modern Capitalism and Economic Progress -- The City of God and Introduction to St Augustine -- Citizenship and Social Class -- The Discourses of Niccoló Machiavelli -- History, Its Purpose and Method -- Liberties of the Mind -- Dominations and Powers -- The Price of Revolution -- Psychoanalysis and Politics -- Introduction to Politics -- The Vocabulary of a Modern European State -- Title page -- Preface -- Introduction -- I: Religion -- II: Philosophy -- III: Culture -- IV: Historiography and Philosophy of History -- V: History and Political Thought -- VI: Politics-The Reviews -- VII: Politics-The Essays -- A Note on the Texts -- A Reminder from Leviathan -- The Ethics of Redistribution -- Two Cheers for Democracy -- An Introduction to Philosophy of History -- Liberty or Equality -- The Problem of Power -- The Liberal Anglican Idea of History -- Freedom: A New Analysis -- The Vocabulary of Politics -- The Letters of Jacob Burckhardt -- Anarchy and Order -- Politics and Opinion in the Nineteenth Century -- Political Parties -- The Conservative Mind -- Memoirs of Dr Eduard Beneš -- The Hungry Sheep -- Reason and Revolution.

The Concept of Government in Modern Europe -- I Introduction -- II Assumptions for the Existence of Government -- III Different Ideas about Government -- IV The Constitution of Government -- V The Growing Importance of the Functions of Government -- VI The Ordering of Governmental Activities -- VII The Ambiguity of Our Political Vocabulary and Its Meaning -- VIII Historical Origins of Our Thinking about the Function of Government -- IX Conclusion -- Government by Committee -- Man on His Past -- Uncommon People -- History in a Changing World -- Conservatism in America -- Studies in Communication -- Minos or Minotaur? -- Mazzini -- The Chatham Administration, 1766-1768 -- Sovereignty -- The English Woman in History -- The Political Philosophy of Thomas Hobbes -- The Study of Comparative Government and Politics -- Marxism and the Open Mind -- George III and the Historians -- The Opium of the Intellectuals -- Documents of Modern Political Thought -- Personal Knowledge -- Realism and Imagination -- Political Discipline in a Free Society -- The Story of Fabian Socialism -- Two Treatises of Government -- Montesquieu -- Political Laws and Captive Audiences -- The Essentials of Parliamentary Democracy -- Rationalism in Politics: A Reply to Professor Raphael -- The Conservative Opportunity -- Philosophy, Politics and Society -- Magna Charta -- The Works of Joseph de Maistre -- Coleridge and the Idea of the Modern State -- Nazism -- History of the Party -- Programme -- Revolutionary Aims and Tactics -- Social and Political Doctrine -- Party and State -- Hobbes Studies -- The Principles of Politics -- Sovereignty -- William of Wykeham -- The Aims of History -- Critique of Hegel's Philosophy of Right -- Hegel's Theory of the Modern State -- The Vocabulary of a Modern European State -- I -- II -- III -- On Misunderstanding Human Conduct -- Conservative Essays.

In Search of the Constitution.

A collection of 6 volumes of Oakeshott's work: Notebooks, 1922-86, Early Political Writings 1925-30, The Concept of a Philosophical Jurisprudence, Vocabulary of a Modern European State, Lectures in the History of Political Thought, and What is History?.

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