Due in January

Symposium on David McIlwain’s Michael Oakeshott and Leo Strauss: The Politics of Renaissance and Enlightenment

Introduction
CHRISTOPHER ADAIR-TOTEFF

Paradoxes of the Modern Moral Imagination: Reflections on Contemplation and Action
TIMOTHY FULLER

Two Paths from Neo-Kantianism, Two Political Consequences
STEPHEN TURNER

Michael Oakeshott and Leo Strauss on the Individual, Christianity, and Creativity in Thought and Action
W. J. COATS

Political Philosophy versus Poetic Individuality: A Response to David McIlwain’s Michael Oakeshott and Leo Strauss: The Politics of Renaissance and Enlightenment
DAVID LEWIS SCHAEFER

Living in the Past: Oakeshott and Strauss on Historical Knowing
LUKE O’SULLIVAN

Middle Voices: F. A. Hayek
SCOTT B. NELSON

On Misunderstanding Michael Oakeshott
KENNETH B. MCINTYRE

Reply
DAVID MCILWAIN