Oliver Letwin

Why don’t we have statues of Michael Oakeshott?

A review of Michael Oakeshott’s ‘<i>Selected Writings</i>, Vol VI: <i>Notebooks, 1922-86</i>’. Other nations know how to honour their philosophers – and this was a major philosopher

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