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Politics and experience: essays presented to Professor Michael Oakeshott on the occasion of his retirement; edited by Preston King and B.C. Parekh.

; King, Preston T., 1936- editor ; Parekh, Bhikhu C., editor
London, Cambridge U.P., 1968.
ISBN 9780521073332, 0521073332

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Other Authors King, Preston T., 1936-
Oakeshott, Michael, 1901-1990.
Parekh, Bhikhu C.,
Subjects IdeĢes politiques.
Oakeshott, Michael Joseph, 1901-
Oakeshott, Michael Joseph, 1901-1990.
Oakeshott, Michael, 1901-1990
Oakeshott, Michael, 1901-1990.
Political science.
Politieke filosofie.
Science politique -- Philosophie.
Description 424 pages plate, portrait 24 cm
Copyright Date 1968.
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents The practical and the historical past, by W.H. Walsh.--Michael Oakeshott's theory of history, by W.H. Dray.--Michael Oakeshott's philosophy of education, by R.S. Peters.--A case of identity, by M.M. Goldsmith.--Idealism, modern philosophy and politics, by W.H. Greenleaf.--Paradigms and political theories, by S.S. Wolin.--The nature of political philosophy, by B.C. Parekh.--Time, institutions and action: an essay on traditions and their understanding, by J.A. Pocock.--Is there reason in tradition? By S. Coleman.--Revolution, tradition and political continuity, by K.R. Minogue.--Rationalism triumphant: an essay on the kibbutzim of Israel, by D. Krook.--An ideological fallacy, by P. King.--Politics and literature: John Adams and Doctor Johnson, by D. Davie.--A bibliography of works by Michael Oakeshott, by W.H. Greenleaf. (pages 409-417).
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