The Philosophy of Roger Scruton

In Quadrant, Mervyn Bendle writes on “The Philosophy Of Roger Scruton“:

As the the conservative philosopher put it, his “unacceptable” views prompted character assassination, three lawsuits, two interrogations, one expulsion, the loss of a university career, contemptuous reviews, Tory suspicion, and the hatred of decent liberals everywhere. And, he swears, it was all worth it.

Scruton has long been one of my favorite living philosophers.

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