History of Ideas

All eight of Whatmore’s subjects would have been astounded by the
stability of the British state through the 19th century

Eilenberger’s design is to present philosophy outside the lecture theatre in its life-transforming power

We learn more about the decline of philosophy in our time than about its rise in antiquity

This rollicking adventure indicts lazy and self-satisfied readings of the past

They paid the bills through the tutorials that trained the next generation

The Conservative Party’s almost total loss of its historical tradition is the principal reason for its current plight

The most enduring historical work reveals eternal truths about the human condition

Why did the Chinese bureaucracy succeed where the Catholic Church failed?

A highly informative history of ideas let down by a drumbeat of liberal bias