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Modern Political Philosophy
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Michael Oakeshott (1901 90) was a philosopher and a political theorist who wrote widely on the philosophy of aesthetics, education, history, law, political philosophy and religion. He is perhaps best known as a conservative political and social thinker.
Paul Franco is Professor of Government at Bowdoin College.
This new collection presents Michael Oakeshott's four principal essays on Hobbes and the nature of civil association as it pertains to ordered liberty. The foreword by Paul Franco remarks the place of these essays within Oakeshott's entire corpus. The essays are "Introduction to Leviathan" (1946) "The Moral Life in the Writings of Thomas Hobbes" (1960) "Dr. Leo Strauss on Hobbes" (1937) "Leviathan: A Myth" (1947)
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