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The New Criterion

America’s leading review of the arts and intellectual life
- Harry Mount, the London Telegraph

Author

Roger Scruton

Roger Scruton is resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute. His latest book is Beauty (Oxford Universitry Press). 

Articles

Back to Berlin (Books) , September 2009, 61
A review of Isaiah Berlin: Letters 1928-1946 (v. 1) by Isaiah Berlin,Henry Hardy

Between art & science (Features) , February 2008, 4
On modernist architecture.

Should he have spoken? (Features) , September 2006, 22
The household gods of liberalism

Limits to democracy (Features) , January 2006, 20
What limits must be placed on democracy?

Wagner: moralist or monster? (Books) , February 2005, 57
A review of Richard Wagner, Last of the Titans, by Joachim Köhler.

Why I became a conservative (Features) , February 2003, 4
On the author’s student days in Paris.

Rousseau & the origins of liberalism (Features) , October 1998, 5
The second in a series titled The betrayal of liberalism

Europhiles & “Little Englanders” (London journal) , January 1998, 32
On English Common Law & the European Union

The eclipse of listening (Features) , November 1996, 5
The third in a series on “The future of the European past,”

The philosophical hedonist: Arthur C. Danto on art (Books) , September 1990, 69
A review of Encounters & Reflections by Arthur C. Danto.

Reflections on a candlestick (Letter from London) , October 1982, 70
On a conference on Design at the Royal College of Art.




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