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Palgrave Studies in Classical Liberalism

Thank you to all the authors, volume editors, the behind the scenes editorial support at Palgrave and last, but not least, to the external referees, for making this a most dynamic and ecumenical series. With several titles in the pipeline the next year promises to be equally exciting. Austrian Economicsclassical liberalismphilosophy of social sciencepolitical economyPolitical philosophy

Michael Oakeshott: born on this date

For those who’ve never read that most subtle, cultivated, humane and refined of minds Michael Oakeshott’s concerns resonate as deeply as ever. For the novice, I’d recommend his mid-career Rationalism in Politics, a most elegant collection of essays. A more difficult, but for me the vital underpinning cutting across all his work, is his equally elegant and…

Reclaiming Liberalism

In press — due December Preface — David F. Hardwick and Leslie Marsh 1. Reclaiming Democratic Classical Liberalism – David Ellerman 2. Democracy, Liberalism, and Discretion: The Political Puzzle of the Administrative State – Stephen Turner 3. Ordoliberalism as the Operationalisation of Liberal Politics – Mikayla Novak 4. Liberalism, Through a Glass Darkly – David…