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  1. George Santayana and Emotional Distance in Philosophy and Politics.John Christian Laursen & Ramón Román Alcalá - 2015 - Revista de Filosofía (Madrid) 40 (1):7-28.
    George Santayana appears emotionally distant and personally uncommitted in many of his writings. In what may have been a related phenomenon, he does not seem to have committed to any school of philosophy, but rather to draw from many of the available schools when it suited him. In this article, we assess his constantly changing use of different philosophies and its implications for both philosophy and politics.
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  • Michael Oakeshott’s Skepticism.Davide Orsi - 2015 - The European Legacy 20 (6):575-590.
    In the debate about Michael Oakeshott’s philosophy there is very little agreement on the theoretical and historical meaning of his skepticism. Starting from the assumption that skepticism is not a fixed theory but a tradition of ideas, this article draws on both published texts and archival materials to contend that Oakeshott developed his thought by confronting himself with, and even merging, different strands of skepticism: the ancient, the modern, as represented by Hobbes and Montaigne, and the idealist, as conceived by (...)
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