Sir Roger Scruton’s religious views are dissonant but beautiful
Sir Roger Scruton moved through personal tragedy and objective philosophy to justify wine as a “social intoxicant”
On the first anniversary of his death, Scruton’s literary executor says that it is a ‘travesty of the truth’ to think that Scruton joined the ranks of those evangelical atheists
Douglas Murray discusses the importance of intellectual mentors and reveals two who continue to guide him
The torture of our new safety obsessed national psyche
Daniel Johnson reviews Wagner’s Parsifal, by Roger Scruton
Can London adapt to different work practices and living priorities after Covid-19 recedes?
Oliver Letwin compares and contrasts two conservative philosophers, the late Roger Scruton and Michael Oakeshott
There is finally a coherent plan to improve urban development in Britain – its implementation would be transformative.
Sir Roger Scuton’s biographer on the last days of a giant