C. S. Lewis has been revered as a writer but overlooked as a philosopher

Firmin DeBrabander’s philosophical musings are the checklist of a left-wing, “progressive” academic

Forced to flee her native Germany, Hannah Arendt is finally celebrated there in a major exhibition

László Földényi’s essays are a collection that will leave you feeling sharp and more cultured, says Tibor Fischer

Douglas Murray on the personal debt he owes to the two men he considers his literary mentors

Oliver Letwin compares and contrasts two conservative philosophers, the late Roger Scruton and Michael Oakeshott

Christopher Bray reviews The Philosophy of Isaiah Berlin by Johnny Lyons

Michael Bentley reviews The Englightenment that Failed by Jonathon Israel

Sir Roger Scuton’s biographer on the last days of a giant

Christianity convinced me of its truth, but it scared me too