Michael Oakeshott

For Shareholder Wealth Maximization, Against Corporate Purpose

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In “The Future of Shareholder Wealth Maximization,” George Mocsary undertakes two important tasks. The first is to establish that, notwithstanding claims to the contrary advanced by some corporate law scholars,[1] the shareholder wealth maximization norm is and remains a bedrock

Reason and the Unfounded Constitution

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In Gerald Russello’s account of Russell Kirk’s Constitutional theory, he conscisely outlines Kirk’s thought on that central concern for conservatives and indeed for all Americans.  As Kirk understood, the Constitution is a great Fact of American experience, whose importance cannot

Michael Oakeshott on the Rule of Law and the Liberal Order

Michael Oakeshott on the Rule of Law and the Liberal Order

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A defining theme of Michael Oakeshott’s thought is that, through the past five centuries, European civilization can count among its greatest achievements the invention of “civil association” and the clarification of the “rule of law.” These are arrangements in which

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Loving the Democratic State Moderately

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Ralph Hancock begins his interesting essay[i] be reminding us that, despite its internal contradictions and failures, the modern state has become the only conceivable political form in our post-modern world. This should be puzzling since the record is far from

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