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Proceedings of the 2016 International Conference on Humanities and Social Science
Oakeshott's viewpoint of the relation of philosophy and practice is the basis of his critique of rationalism in politics. The relative separation between philosophy and practice is Oakeshott's consistent viewpoint. He denotes that modern philosophy is stuck in rationalism. His critique of rationalism in politics is to let philosophy and practice abide by one's own duty. Rationalism, which is now excessively in close relation with politics, must be stripped from it.doi:10.2991/hss-26.2016.136 fatcat:fy733umzczep7oqe5bfatr4l6y