Noël O'Sullivan is Research Professor of Political Philosophy at the University of Hull, where he was awarded a personal chair in 1992. After taking first class honours at LSE, he was a postgraduate Prize Fellow at Harvard. The most recent of his 14 books is an edited volume on The Place of Michael Oakeshott in Contemporary Western and Non-Western Thought (2017). His monographs are: Conservatism (1976), Fascism (1983), The Problem of Political Obligation (1986), The Philosophy of Santayana (1992), and European Political Thought since 1945 (2004). He has been translated into Chinese, Czech, Dutch, Italian, Polish, Serbo-Croatian and Spanish.