The fourth and final volume of Isaiah Berlin’s much admired letters
The third volume of Isaiah Berlin’s remarkable letters takes us from 1960 to 1975
The second volume of Isaiah Berlin's revelatory letters, spanning the years 1946-1960.
Isaiah Berlin's longest continuous work - and therefore of key importance to anyone interested in the history of ideas.
FLOURISHING is the first volume of a keenly awaited edition of the marvellously readable and entertaining letters of the most famous English intellectual of the last century.
A new, fully revised edition of Isaiah Berlin's magnificent history of ideas. Features a new foreword by John Banville.
'Never before had someone addressed such abstract topics with such fluency and intensity-these lectures, while presupposing no specialist expertise, introduce-some of the key issues in modern political theory in an enthusiastic and quite unpatronising way.' Noel Malcolm, Sunday Telegraph
'A volume which covers the key areas of Berlin's interests in an unusu ally accessible way; it will take its place as, quite simply, the best short introduction to his thinking. ' Sunday Telegraph
'These lectures represent Berlin at his best: quick-minded, erudite, witty and profound, and, above all, exciting. To read this book is to feel the force of living thought coming white-hot from the forge of a superb mind.' John Banville, Irish Times
A new, fully revised edition of two classic works by Isaiah Berlin - Vico and Herder and The Magus of the North. Features a new foreword by Jonathan Israel.
'The most imaginative, distinguished and erudite of historians of ideas in this country. ' Anthony Quinton, Spectator
The third, enlarged edition of Isaiah Berlin's remarkable series of character portraits, Personal Impressions
The long-awaited Isaiah Berlin 'Reader' - an anthology of his best and most representative work, drawn from a lifetime's writing by this most distinguished philosopher and historian of ideas.
Isaiah Berlin's new collection at last makes available an important body of previously unknown work by one of our leading historians of ideas, and one of the finest essayists writing in English.
Berlin's main theme in these essays is the importance in the history of thought of dissenters whose ideas still challenge conventional wisdom.