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In addition to his own prolific output, he translated works by Ivan Turgenev from Russian into English and, during World War II , worked for the British Diplomatic Service.
From to he was Chichele Professor of Social and Political Theory at the University of Oxford. He was president of the Aristotelian Society from to In , he played a critical role in creating Wolfson College, Oxford , and became its founding President.
Berlin was appointed a CBE in , knighted in , and appointed to the Order of Merit in He was President of the British Academy from to He also received the Jerusalem Prize for his lifelong defence of civil liberties, and on 25 November he received the honorary degree of Doctor of Laws at the University of Toronto , for which occasion he prepared a "short credo" as he called it in a letter to a friend , now known as "A Message to the Twenty-First Century", to be read on his behalf at the ceremony.
An annual Isaiah Berlin Lecture is held at the Hampstead Synagogue, at Wolfson College, Oxford , at the British Academy, and in Riga.
Berlin's work on liberal theory and on value pluralism , as well as his opposition to Marxism and Communism, has had a lasting influence. His family owned a timber company, one of the largest in the Baltics,  as well as forests in Russia,  from where the timber was floated down the Daugava river to its sawmills in Riga.
As his father, who was the head of the Riga Association of Timber Merchants,  worked for the company in its dealings with Western companies, he was fluent not only in Yiddish, Russian and German, but also French and English.
His Russian-speaking mother, Marie Musya Volshonok,  was also fluent in Yiddish and Latvian. In Petrograd, the family lived first on Vasilevsky Island and then on Angliiskii Prospekt on the mainland.
On Angliiskii Prospekt, they shared their building with other tenants, including Rimsky-Korsakov's daughter, an assistant Minister of Finnish affairs and Princess Emeretinsky.
With the onset of the October Revolution of , the fortunes of the building's tenants were rapidly reversed, with both the Princess Emeretinsky and Rimsky-Korsakov's daughter soon being made to stoke the building's stoves and sweep the yards.
One particular childhood memory of the February Revolution marked his life-long opposition to violence, with Berlin saying:. They existed, and they did sniping from the rooftops or attics.
I saw a man like that, a Pharaon […]. That's not in the books, but it is true. And they sniped at the revolutionaries from roofs or attics and things.
And this man was dragged down, obviously, by a crowd, and was being obviously taken to a not very agreeable fate, and I saw this man struggling in the middle of a crowd of about twenty […] [T]hat gave me a permanent horror of violence which has remained with me for the rest of my life.
Feeling increasingly oppressed by life under Bolshevik rule where the family was identified as bourgeoisie, the family left Petrograd, on 5 October , for Riga, but encounters with anti-Semitism and difficulties with the Latvian authorities convinced them to leave, and they moved to Britain in early Mendel in January, Isaiah and Marie at the beginning of February , when Berlin was eleven.
Berlin's native language was Russian, and his English was virtually nonexistent at first, but he reached proficiency in English within a year at around the age of Despite his fluency in English, however, in later life Berlin's Oxford English accent would sound increasingly Russian in its vowel sounds.
I love England, I have been well treated here, and I cherish many things about English life, but I am a Russian Jew; that is how I was born and that is who I will be to the end of my life.
Berlin was educated at St Paul's School in London. According to Michael Bonavia, a British author who was at school with him, he.
The rapid, even flow of his ideas, the succession of confident references to authors whom most of his contemporaries had never heard, left them mildly stupefied.
Yet there was no backlash, no resentment at these breathless marathons, because Berlin's essential modesty and good manners eliminated jealousy and disarmed hostility.
After leaving St Paul's, Berlin applied to Balliol College, Oxford , but was denied admission after a chaotic interview. Berlin decided to apply again, only to a different college: Corpus Christi College, Oxford.
Berlin was admitted and commenced his literae humaniores degree. He graduated in , taking first-class honours in his final examinations and winning the John Locke Prize for his performance in the philosophy papers, in which he outscored A.
He was appointed a tutor in philosophy at New College, Oxford , and soon afterwards was elected to a prize fellowship at All Souls College, Oxford , the first unconverted Jew to achieve this fellowship at All Souls.
While still a student, he befriended Ayer with whom he was to share a lifelong amicable rivalry , Stuart Hampshire , Richard Wollheim , Maurice Bowra , Stephen Spender , Inez Pearn , J.
Austin and Nicolas Nabokov. In , he presented a philosophical paper on other minds to a meeting attended by Ludwig Wittgenstein at Cambridge University.
Wittgenstein rejected the argument of his paper in discussion but praised Berlin for his intellectual honesty and integrity.
Berlin was to remain at Oxford for the rest of his life, apart from a period working for British Information Services BIS in New York from to and for the British embassies in Washington, DC, and Moscow from then until Before crossing the Atlantic in , Berlin took rest in Portugal for a few days.
In April he wrote a confidential analysis of members of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee for the Foreign Office ; he described Senator Arthur Capper from Kansas as a solid, stolid, year-old reactionary from the corn belt, who is the very voice of Mid-Western "grass root" isolationism.
She was from an exiled half Russian-aristocratic and half ennobled-Jewish banking and petroleum family her mother was Yvonne Deutsch de la Meurthe, granddaughter of Henri Deutsch de la Meurthe based in Paris.
He was elected a Foreign Honorary Member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences in The college was founded to be a centre of academic excellence which, unlike many other colleges at Oxford, would also be based on a strong egalitarian and democratic ethos.
Berlin died in Oxford on 5 November , aged On his death, the obituarist of The Independent wrote: "he was a man of formidable intellectual power with a rare gift for understanding a wide range of human motives, hopes and fears, and a prodigiously energetic capacity for enjoyment — of life, of people in all their variety, of their ideas and idiosyncrasies, of literature, of music, of art".
There is no doubt that he showed in more than one direction the unexpectedly large possibilities open to us at the top end of the range of human potential.
The theme that runs throughout his work is his concern with liberty and the dignity of human beings Sir Isaiah radiated well-being. Berlin did not enjoy writing, and his published work including both his essays and books was produced by means of conversational dictation to a tape-recorder, or through the transcription of his improvised lectures and talks from recorded tapes.
The work of transcribing his spoken word often placed a strain on his secretaries. Berlin is popularly known for his essay "Two Concepts of Liberty", delivered in as his inaugural lecture as Chichele Professor of Social and Political Theory at Oxford.
The essay, with its analytical approach to the definition of political concepts, reintroduced the methods of analytic philosophy to the study of political philosophy.
Spurred by his background in philosophy of language, Berlin argued for a nuanced and subtle understanding of our political terminology, where what was superficially understood as a single concept could mask a plurality of different uses and therefore meanings.
Berlin argued that these multiple and differing concepts, otherwise masked by rhetorical conflations, showed the plurality and incompatibility of human values, and the need for us to distinguish and trade off analytically between, rather than conflate, them if we are to avoid disguising underlying value-conflicts.
The two concepts are 'negative freedom', or freedom from interference, which Berlin derived from the British tradition, and 'positive freedom', or freedom as self-mastery, which asks not what we are free from, but what we are free to do.
Berlin points out that these two different conceptions of liberty can clash with each other. Berlin's lectures on the Enlightenment and its critics especially Giambattista Vico , Johann Gottfried Herder , Joseph de Maistre and Johann Georg Hamann , to whose views Berlin referred as the Counter-Enlightenment contributed to his advocacy of an irreducibly pluralist ethical ontology.
Berlin saw Hamann as having recognised as the rationalist's Cartesian fallacy the notion that there are "clear and distinct" ideas "which can be contemplated by a kind of inner eye", without the use of language — a recognition greatly sharpened in the 20th century by Wittgenstein's private language argument.
For Berlin, values are creations of mankind, rather than products of nature waiting to be discovered. He argued, on the basis of the epistemic and empathetic access we have to other cultures across history, that the nature of mankind is such that certain values — the importance of individual liberty, for instance — will hold true across cultures, and this is what he meant by objective pluralism.
Berlin's argument was partly grounded in Wittgenstein 's later theory of language, which argued that inter-translatability was supervenient on a similarity in forms of life, with the inverse implication that our epistemic access to other cultures entails an ontologically contiguous value-structure.
With his account of value pluralism, he proposed the view that moral values may be equally, or rather incommensurably, valid and yet incompatible, and may, therefore, come into conflict with one another in a way that admits of no resolution without reference to particular contexts of a decision.
When values clash, it may not be that one is more important than the other: keeping a promise may conflict with the pursuit of truth; liberty may clash with social justice.
Moral conflicts are "an intrinsic, irremovable element in human life". Alan Brown suggests, however, that Berlin ignores the fact that values are commensurable in the extent to which they contribute to the human good.
Of the classification that gives the essay its title, Berlin once said "I never meant it very seriously. I meant it as a kind of enjoyable intellectual game, but it was taken seriously.
Berlin expands upon this idea to divide writers and thinkers into two categories: hedgehogs, who view the world through the lens of a single defining idea examples given include Plato , and foxes, who draw on a wide variety of experiences and for whom the world cannot be boiled down to a single idea examples given include William Shakespeare : "There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, Than are dreamt of in your philosophy".
Hamlet 1. Berlin promoted the notion of " positive liberty " in the sense of an intrinsic link between positive freedom and participatory, Athenian-style, democracy.
In contrast French liberals ever since the French Revolution more often promote "positive liberty"—that is, liberty insofar as it is tethered to collectively defined ends.
They praise the state as an essential tool to emancipate the people. Berlin's lecture "Historical Inevitability" focused on a controversy in the philosophy of history.
Given the choice, whether one believes that "the lives of entire peoples and societies have been decisively influenced by exceptional individuals" or, conversely, that whatever happens occurs as a result of impersonal forces oblivious to human intentions, Berlin rejected both options and the choice itself as nonsensical.
Berlin is also well known for his writings on Russian intellectual history, most of which are collected in Russian Thinkers ; 2nd ed. Berlin also contributed a number of essays on leading intellectuals and political figures of his time, including Winston Churchill , Franklin Delano Roosevelt , and Chaim Weizmann.
Eighteen of these character sketches were published together as "Personal Impressions" ; 2nd ed. A number of commemorative events for Isaiah Berlin are held at Oxford University, as well as scholarships given out in his name, including the Wolfson Isaiah Berlin Clarendon Scholarship, The Isaiah Berlin Visiting Professorship, and the annual Isaiah Berlin Lectures.
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