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The New Criterion

Quite simply, the best cultural review in the world
- John O’Sullivan

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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