The Voice of Judaism in the Conversation of Mankind: Thoughts on Michael Oakeshott
Publication Date: March 2007
Publisher(s): Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs
Author(s): Alan Mittleman
Series: Jewish Political Studies Review, 19:1-2, Spring 2007.
Special Collection: Berman Jewish Policy Archive
Keywords: Ethics; Values; Literature; Theory
The author outlines areas of harmony, dissonance, contrast and useful inquiry between traditional Jewish religious and political thought and the work of British social and political theorist Michael Oakeshott (1901 - 1990). Topics covered include the role of tradition in society, pluralism, religion, conduct, morality, political and civil association, and Zionism.