The next PhiloHist session will be on Friday 7th December in SSEES, room 535 (click on the ‘locations’ tab for the address and a map)
We will read an essay by Isaiah Berlin, “Historical Inevitability”. This can be found in the various editions listed below, but as far as I know they are all the same.
I. Berlin, Historical Inevitability (Oxford UP, 1959)
“Historical Inevitability” in I. Berlin, Four Essays on Liberty (Oxford UP, 1969)
“Historical Inevitability” in I. Berlin, Liberty: Incorporating ‘Four Essays on Liberty’ (Oxford UP, 2002) ed. Henry Hardy.
“Historical Inevitability” in I. Berlin, The Proper Study of Mankind: An Anthology of Essays (Chatto & Windus, 1997) eds. Henry Hardy & Roger Hausheer
UCL students can also access it online through Oxford Scholarship Online by clicking here and then typing ‘Isaiah Berlin’ in the quick search box. If my link does not work, go to the Ebooks home page, and find the link to Oxford Scholarsip Online.
In any case, I think there will be enough copies in the various editions for everyone to get it in book form.
If you have any problems finding a copy, please contact me: s.pawley@”REMOVE”ucl.ac.uk