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The Philosophical Tradition
The Modes of Experience
The Transition to Politics
abstract achieved analysis appropriate argument aspect attitude Bosanquet called character coherence Collingwood common concepts concerned concrete conduct constitutes Constitution of Liberty context course criterion criticism defective discussion doctrine essays existing explain expounded F. A. Hayek fact freedom genuine Hayek's Hegel historian human idealism idealist ideology ignoratio elenchi images individual inquiry instance involved judgement kind libertarian limited logical manner of thinking means merely modern modes of experience moral nature notion Oakeshott Oakeshott's writings opinion particular past philo philosophical poetry point of view political activity political ideas political thought present principles pursuit quantitative R. G. Collingwood rational rationalist reflection repudiated Road to Serfdom rules scientific scientism seen sense shott simply social society sophy specific St-Simon style supposed T. H. Green technical knowledge theory things tion traditional knowledge understanding universal voluntary association whole world of ideas world of practice